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Fra Angelica Studio is more than a boutique - it's a showcase for wearable pieces of art. Owner Linda Damiani opened shop with the intention of selling knitwear she created and has grown it to represent the work of more than 60 independent artists. Damiani was kind enough to take the time from her busy schedule running her store to answer some questions about entrepreneurship, working in the fashion industry in Cleveland, and her favorite style advice.
Remington College is once again offering free salon services through its cosmetology program, this time with the intention of honoring veterans and helping stock local pantries.
Bryan Straniero's love of lists and entrepreneurial spirit led him to launch My Top 3, a line of fair trade tee shirts, earlier this year. We chatted with Straniero via email about starting a t-shirt line, opening an Etsy shop and why fair trade is important.
Cleveland-based Sherwin-Williams has named its Color of the Year for 2018: Oceanside, a dark shade of teal. We've decided to honor the announcement by rounding up some of our favorite Oceanside-inspired local looks to help inspire your wardrobe for 2018.
Halloween is right around the corner, and while you might still be putting the finishing touches on your costume, it's important to keep safety in mind, too.
Cleveland-based ZOYA has been awarded the 2017 Allure "Best of Beauty" Award for Best Base Coat in the Nails category.
There’s a new type of shirt on the market that can protect you from getting too sweaty - and it’s produced right here in Cleveland.
Sylvie Hart left a corporate career in marketing to become a personal stylist and blogger and hasn't looked back since. The busy entrepreneur and mom of two took some time to answer a few questions for us about blogging, her influencers and her best style advice.
Sarah Larson is the mastermind and designer behind Ellie Jane Bags, a local line of handcrafted waxed canvas and leather bags. To say Larson is a busy is an understatement - she is not only an entrepreneur but also the mother of three children - but she was kind enough to make time to answer some of our questions about starting a business, being a fashion entrepreneur in Cleveland, and finding inspiration.
Local blogger Anastasia Wiley shares what she's learned about staying fashionable while pregnant.
Brittney Moffat began blogging as a creative outlet and now helps other millennial women live their best lives with career advice, money management tips, beauty advice and more.
We've rounded up some of our favorite red and blue looks, one of the major trends we'll be seeing this fall.
We've rounded up local denim styles - one of the major trends we'll be seeing this fall, according to the Fashion Group International's trend report.
We've rounded up some of our favorite knitwear looks, one of the major trends we'll be seeing this fall and winter.
Local entrepreneurs converged on the Gordon Square Arts District for JumpStart’s 2017 Startup Scaleup event, an annual event that consists of workshops and educational sessions designed to help entrepreneurs and small business owners build their businesses. This year, one of the sessions featured a panel about side hustles, and two prominent members of the local style scene served on the panel.
The local retail landscape is rapidly evolving, and Cleveland-area business owners shared their journeys during a panel discussion at JumpStart’s Scaleup Startup event. The panelists, all fashion entrepreneurs, shared how they best reach their customers through having physical storefronts, ecommerce and a combination of both.
Cleveland-based retailer JOANN has unveiled a modernized look while celebrating its history, which dates back to a single storefront in 1943.
At the intersection of the finest art and fashion, lies the bold ingenuity to elevate materials from ordinary to gorgeous, and Cleveland-based jeweler and artist, Deanna Dionne, accomplishes that and more with her unparalleled company, Cleveland Street Glass.