LDS Fashion Designer Shifts from Runway Fashion to Modest Swimwear

LDS Fashion Designer Shifts from Runway Fashion to Modest Swimwear

The Deseret News reports that Whitney Cheney, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had been going to a prestigious fashion school in New York City known as Parsons School of Design where she had been working on clothing designs that would be...
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