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Pia Chon showing off her Bod collection at Factory PR in New York City. Spring Summer
2003. Cross front Wrap with matching Trapeze Pant. A little something for everyone
captured moment by Richard Renda

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Yogawear
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Spring
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2003

This moment is a perfect moment to show you what makes the Bod clothing collection unique. Pia has in her hand
the Trapeze yoga pant. Note the waistline itself. As she is holding it you see the back part of the waistline is higher
then the front. This was done with intent, that is the cut. Think about it. When you are working out in the gym with
other people you can many times see the crack of someone's buttocks hanging out staring you in the face. Pia has
created the waistline of these garments to have a higher back waistline. It solves what might be a problem when
doing those workout routines, stretches, or meditations. Next is the Bod Bag. The all in one active kit. It is made of
soft distressed leather and includes a yoga mat, the Logo T-shirt, bum bottoms, hat, and Towel. So ... s-t-r-e-t-c-h.
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