Ohio Fashion Awards winners announced

Ohio Fashion Awards
The winners of the inaugural Ohio Fashion Awards were announced during this year's Ohio Fashion Week. See who the winners are!
  • Culture/Counterculture Exhibit Marks 50 Years Since the Kent State Shootings

    Kent State University Museum Features ‘Culture/Counterculture’ Exhibit
    The Kent State University Museum’s exhibition “Culture/Counterculture: Fashions of the 1960s and ’70s” explores the sharp contrast between supporters of the establishment and those opposed.
  • Kent State’s Fashion School Announces New Director

    Kent State’s Fashion School Announces Appointment of New School Director
    The Shannon Rodgers and Jerry Silverman School of Fashion Design and Merchandising at Kent State University has announced the appointment of its new director, Louise Valentine, Ph.D.
  • Photographer helps brands look their best

    Caitlin Antje, Cleveland photographer
    Caitlin Antje wants to make your business look beautiful. The local photographer works with her clients to build a library of custom, consistent imagery they can use in their marketing efforts. Antje answered some questions for us about starting her own business, what makes a good photo and the importance of strong photography for a brand.
  • Cleveland native launches beauty line

    Pause Well-Aging Cleveland
    Pause Well-Aging is a new line of products developed in response to its founder's first hot flash. Cleveland native Rochelle Weitzner found a dearth of resources available to her as she entered menopause, so she decided to create the products she wanted herself - and Pause was born.
  • Area stylist offers innovative memberships

    Seasonal Style Society, Cleveland, Ohio
    Megan Moran, local stylist and mastermind behind The Style Foundry, wants to change the way you get style guidance. She has developed an innovative new style service: a virtual membership, dubbed the Seasonal Style Society.
  • New Exhibition at Kent State University Museum Explores Social Justice

    New Exhibition at Kent State University Museum Explores Social Justice
    The latest exhibition at the Kent State University Museum, “Wearing Justice: Perspectives From KSU Fashion School Faculty and Students," uses student- and faculty-made designs and fashion to create a dialogue about social justice, political discourse, conflict resolution, and social justice today.
  • Local boutique offers style for all body types

    Fetch & Co, boutique, Cleveland, Ohio
    Abbey and Julia are two Clevelanders on a mission: to help other women feel beautiful and comfortable. The duo opened their Lakewood boutique, Fetch & Co, when they saw an opportunity in the local retail scene for a boutique that caters to all body types. The busy entrepreneurs were kind enough to answer some questions for us about opening their store, helping customers find the perfect products and starting a business in Northeast Ohio.
  • Boutique owner thrives on helping others

    Our Favorite Things Boutique, Cleveland, Ohio
    Lisa McGuthry, owner of Our Favorite Things boutique, loves her customers. In fact, they are what motivated her to open her store - she wanted to help women find flattering, comfortable, affordable clothing and accessories. See what she had to say about opening her boutique, helping her customers and local makers, and her favorite fashion advice.
  • Local entrepreneur focuses on natural beauty

    Revival Body Care, Cleveland, Ohio
    Nicole Dzurko has always had an affinity for natural, organic products. When she took a close look at some of the household and cosmetic products she was using, she was surprised to see how many chemicals they really contained. She decided to do something about it, and began making her own products in her home kitchen. Her product line, Revival Body Care, is now available worldwide as well as in her store in Lakewood.