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Dawson + Hellmann’s “Sweet Dreams” babydoll garment features hand embroidery done by artisans in Vietnam. Photo: Robin Jerstad /For The Express-News Sonya Dawson likes to wear her own products, including the recently introduced green pot-patterned pajamas. “They’re just so green and summery and preppy,” she said. Sonya Dawson likes to wear her own products, including the recently introduced green pot-patterned pajamas. “They’re just so green and summery and preppy,” she said. Photo: Robin Jerstad /For The Express-News Sonya Dawson is a San Antonio designer of sleepwear and bedding that features subtle patterns of marijuana, pills, and images of the Kama Sutra. Sonya Dawson is a San Antonio designer of sleepwear and bedding that features subtle patterns of marijuana, pills, and images of the Kama Sutra. Photo: Robin Jerstad /For The Express-News Sonya Dawson holds up a Kama Sutra printed chemise. Sonya Dawson holds up a Kama Sutra printed chemise.

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Air Force personnel are scrambling to make the new aeroplane happen - and meet the president's demands. They're looking at ways to ensure that the aircraft will be as cost-efficient as possible while at the same time embodies the heft that Trump wants. Boeing executives said last week that they'd been awarded a contract for the aeroplane's redesign. "We'll do our best to drive down costs," said Caroline Hutcheson, a Boeing spokeswoman. Image caption The Nixons arrive at Heathrow in 1970 The president is tinkering with an icon, a symbol of "the global reach of American diplomacy and power", as Richard Aboulafia, an aviation analyst with a Virginia-based consultancy, the Teal Group, described it. The first Air Force One jet flew in 1959 with President Dwight D Eisenhower on board. It was red and gold. President John F Kennedy changed the colours to blue and white, the distinctive look it still has today. Five ways Trump's Washington is more secretive A fleet of presidential aircraft are kept in a hangar at an Air Force base in Maryland. Trump went on a tour of the base before flying to New Jersey. He walked past an array of different-sized, blue-and-white aircraft emblazoned with the words: "United States of America".

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