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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Sharon Wauchob
Fashionistas shivered visibly on Sunday in a makeshift event space along the blustery Hudson River, where the Edun fashion label, founded by U2's Bono and wife Ali Hewson, was displaying its Fall 2012 collection. But the models wore bright, African prints that made one feel, at least momentarily, in a much warmer clime.
"I think it was an opportunity to do something on the ground and to see how business worked on the continent of Africa and Bono was working in a very macro way, and we wanted to do something on the ground in a micro way," she said.
One way to achieve her desired effect, Wauchob said, was to provide body-hugging shapes for her colorful prints.