Huma Abedin stepped out at New York Fashion Week by attending the Ulla Johnson show.

Huma Abedin stepped out at New York Fashion Week by attending the Ulla Johnson show.

Former Hilary Clinton aide Huma Abedin was photographed at New York Fashion Week wearing neutrals to defy the snow that’s falling on the city to get into Ulla Johnson’s Sunday morning show.

Abedin wore a striped loose-fitting jacket and smiled fondly as she appeared in public a few days after her ex-husband Anthony Weiner announced the launch of his new radio show.

The 45-year-old, who recently released her revealing book Both: Life in Many Worlds, attended the Astor Hall event with actresses Sarita Chowdhury, Katerina Tannenbaum and Sophia Black D’Elia.

Chowdhury, 55, is an English actress who recently played Seema in the spin-offs Sex and the City and Just Like That.

Abedin looked at ease during the event, which was held to give fans a glimpse of Johnson’s fall 2022 lineup.

Huma Abedin was pictured at the Ulla Johnson show at Astor Hall on Sunday as part of New York Fashion Week.

Huma Abedin was pictured at the Ulla Johnson show at Astor Hall on Sunday as part of New York Fashion Week.

Abedin (far left) attended the event along with (second from left): Sarita Chowdhury, Katerina Tannenbaum and Sophia Black D'Elia.

Abedin (far left) attended the event along with (second from left): Sarita Chowdhury, Katerina Tannenbaum and Sophia Black D’Elia.

While Abedin is best known for her political activities, she also made a name for herself in the high fashion world and frequented the circles of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour for many years.

Just days after she left her wrecking husband in 2016, Abedin staged a fashion show with Wintour in support of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. She and Wintour hosted a total of three Clinton fundraisers that year, including one in Paris.

On Sunday, she looked chic in an understated look during her return to the fashion scene and accessorized her outfit with brown suede pumps and hoop earrings.

As Abedin returned to the sidelines of the runway, her ex returned to the spotlight with the launch of a new radio show with Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa called Left vs. Right.

Abedin revealed last December that she knew her marriage to Weiner had fallen apart after a photo of him having sex in bed next to his sleeping son went public.

Although Abedin is best known for her political activities, she has also established herself in the world of haute couture as she frequented the circles of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour for many years.

Although Abedin is best known for her political activities, she has also established herself in the world of haute couture as she frequented the circles of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour for many years.

Huma is pictured on the show with Sarita Chowdhury, an English actress who most recently played Seema in the Sex and the City spin-off and just like that.

Huma is pictured on the show with Sarita Chowdhury, an English actress who most recently played Seema in the Sex and the City spin-off and just like that.

In an interview with CNN’s Dana Basch to promote her new book, Abedin, 45, revealed she endured years of scandals with her sexually abusive husband before filing for divorce in 2017.

Her view of a doomed marriage changed after a 2016 photo of Weiner laying next to his four-year-old son surfaced. In the picture, Weiner is lying on his shirtless back, showing off his bulge in his white boxers.

“I kind of reached my limit,” Abedin said. “I’ve been talking for so long, I don’t understand why you can’t just get it over with. It was my last straw.”

The photograph, Weiner’s third sex scandal, sparked a Child Welfare investigation at a time when Abedin was traveling extensively on the Clinton campaign team. She said she was asked by social workers about whether the situation could have been avoided if she had been more of a “real parent”.

“I was one of those working mothers who was constantly torn between going to the campaign trail and caring for her child, and I think a lot of working mothers can understand what it’s like,” she told Bash.

“It was one of the hardest things I had to go through in the last days of the campaign.”

Former Hilary Clinton aide Huma Abedin says she stood by her sexually destructive husband, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, despite the escalating sex scandals.

Former Hilary Clinton aide Huma Abedin says she stood by her sexually destructive husband, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, despite the escalating sex scandals.

Abedin told CNN's Dana Bash that she reached her breaking point in 2016 after discovering Weiner had sex in bed next to their sleeping four-year-old son.

Abedin told CNN’s Dana Bash that she reached her breaking point in 2016 after discovering Weiner had sex in bed next to their sleeping four-year-old son.

Although they are now divorced, Abedin said she had to put aside her animosity towards Weiner in order to better raise their son Jordan, now 10.

Although they are now divorced, Abedin said she had to put aside her animosity towards Weiner in order to better raise their son Jordan, now 10.

Although they are now divorced, Abedin said she had to put aside her animosity towards Weiner in order to better raise their son Jordan, now 10.

“I tell my son that I love him so many times a day, I want him to feel loved, cherished, supported,” she said.

“I believe that as adults we don’t understand anger, so much of it comes from experiences they had as children. For me, the most important job is raising this little boy.”

She said that while he is probably not yet aware of the extent of the scandals, the boy was previously taunted after Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in November 2017 for sexting a 15-year-old North Carolina girl.

“When Antony was sent away, [our son] he was teased a little about it, but he did really well with it,” she said. “We know that, we have shared things with him and will continue to do so, as you know, he ages accordingly.

“We believe that we should always be a source of truth for him.”

A photo of Weiner in bed with his son prompted a Child Services investigation at a time when Abedin was traveling extensively for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

A photo of Weiner in bed with his son prompted a Child Services investigation at a time when Abedin was traveling extensively for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Before filing for divorce, Abedin stood by her man, whom she married in 2010, during two previous sexting scandals that she said forced the family into hiding.

“The first few years that Anthony and I lived together, I felt like we were in some kind of bunker,” she said. “There was an outside world [but] I wasn’t sure who I could trust or who I could talk to.

“It gave you a sense of insecurity; I read about things that I supposedly told my friends in secret.”

Weiner, then a congressman from New York, was a rising political star until May 2011, when a photo of a male crotch was sent from his Twitter account to a young student.

The Democrat at the time claimed his account had been hacked, but tearfully admitted in June of that year that he took and sent the rude image.

Anthony Weiner poses for a scantily clad selfie Anthony Weiner taking a selfie in the bathroom

Weiner ruined his political career with a series of sexting scandals, but Abedin stood by his side until the third blow.

More intimate selfies of Weiner surfaced later that year when Abedin was pregnant with their son, who was born in December 2011.

The scandal subsided, and in 2013 Weiner ran for mayor of New York City, claiming he had changed. He led the polls until a second scandal erupted after his ex-partner Sydney Leathers posted incriminating photos of him to thedirty.com.

The misconduct not only ostracized Weiner; it also damaged his wife’s reputation, she said Sunday.

“We were both shunned by some social events,” she said. “We were both asked not to appear at the charity and food bank. This increasingly led to the fact that we were together in this isolation.

Although they are now divorced, Abedin said she had to put aside her animosity towards Weiner in order to better raise their son Jordan, now 10.

“I tell my son that I love him so many times a day, I want him to feel loved, cherished, supported,” she said.

“I believe that as adults we don’t understand anger, so much of it comes from experiences they had as children. For me, the most important job is raising this little boy.”

She said that while he is probably not yet aware of the extent of the scandals, Jordan was previously taunted after Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in November 2017 for sexting a 15-year-old North Carolina girl.

“When Antony was sent away, [our son] he was teased a little about it, but he did really well with it,” she said. “We know that, we have shared things with him and will continue to do so, as you know, he ages accordingly.

Abedin reflects on the scandals as he promotes his new book, Both: Life in Many Worlds.

Abedin reflects on the scandals as he promotes his new book, Both: Life in Many Worlds.

“We believe that we should always be a source of truth for him.”

Before filing for divorce, Abedin supported her man through two previous sexting scandals, which she said forced the family into hiding.

“The first few years that Anthony and I lived together, I felt like we were in some kind of bunker,” she said. “There was an outside world [but] I wasn’t sure who I could trust or who I could talk to.

“It gave you a sense of insecurity; I read about things that I supposedly told my friends in secret.”

Weiner, then a congressman from New York, was a rising political star until May 2011, when a photo of a male crotch was sent from his Twitter account to a young student.

The Democrat at the time claimed his account had been hacked, but tearfully admitted in June of that year that he took and sent the rude image.

More intimate selfies of Weiner surfaced later that year when Abedin was pregnant with their son, who was born in December 2011.

The scandal subsided, and in 2013 Weiner ran for mayor of New York City, claiming he had changed. He led the polls until a second scandal erupted after his ex-partner Sydney Leathers posted incriminating photos of him to thedirty.com.

The misconduct not only ostracized Weiner; it also damaged his wife’s reputation, she said Sunday.

“We were both shunned by some social events,” she said. “We were both asked not to appear at the charity and food bank. This increasingly led to the fact that we were together in this isolation.

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