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SupermodKathy Ireland at the IT 
Fashion Showel turned businesswoman Kathy Ireland presided over a different kind of fashion show on March 4 in Washington.

Ireland hosted an event sponsored by MeriTalk in which models walked the runway to show off products that information technology vendors are marketing to the federal government. Models took turns working theIT Fashion Show catwalk to advertise products from companies such as Akamai, Google, HP, Lexmark, and Red Hat. Meanwhile, before and after the show people braved a long line to have their pictures taken with Ireland.

Here's another, less-famous but still-striking, model at the show:

 

Posted on Mar 05, 2010 at 12:10 PM


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