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Tour New York's 10th Annual Holiday House

Architectural Digest Logo By Condé Nast of Architectural Digest | Slide 1 of 25: <p>"It really is a cause for celebration," says a beaming Iris Danker as she stands in Robin Baron's third-floor room at this year's Holiday House. Indeed, the breast cancer survivor and founder of the festive New York Showhouse—whose proceeds benefit the <a href="https://www.bcrf.org/">Breast Cancer Research Foundation</a>—has more than one reason to celebrate. 2017 marks the tenth year of the benefit show house as well as Danker's own 20-year anniversary of being cancer-free. This year's showhouse is a fitting ode to Danker and her work: 24 designers spared no detail in bedecking Manhattan's magnificent Academy Mansion for the chicest holiday entertaining. From circus-inspired hallways to a dining room all set for Christmas dinner, the mansion's rooms come to dazzling life during the next month. Click through to see AD's visual tour and, if you find yourself in New York City this season, <a href="http://holidayhousenyc.com/buy-tickets/">snag tickets</a> to see the show house in person.</p>

"It really is a cause for celebration," says a beaming Iris Danker as she stands in Robin Baron's third-floor room at this year's Holiday House. Indeed, the breast cancer survivor and founder of the festive New York Showhouse—whose proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation—has more than one reason to celebrate. 2017 marks the tenth year of the benefit show house as well as Danker's own 20-year anniversary of being cancer-free. This year's showhouse is a fitting ode to Danker and her work: 24 designers spared no detail in bedecking Manhattan's magnificent Academy Mansion for the chicest holiday entertaining. From circus-inspired hallways to a dining room all set for Christmas dinner, the mansion's rooms come to dazzling life during the next month. Click through to see AD's visual tour and, if you find yourself in New York City this season, snag tickets to see the show house in person.

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