Fashion entrepreneur designs for CLE

CLEVE STUFF, Ohio
Jameson McMaster had been working as a graphic designer for more than a decade when he decided it was time to share his appreciation for Cleveland by way of an apparel business - and his company CLEVE STUFF was born. CLEVE STUFF offers a variety of Cleveland-themed apparel that celebrates Northeast Ohio. We chatted with McMaster about entrepreneurship, design and his love for Cleveland.
  • Jill Krieger

    Until the day of the photo shoot, I had seen only sketches of Jill Krieger’s senior collection. What I saw in the sketches was beautiful, delicate and original, however, what I saw as the garment bag unzipped on the morning of the photo shoot was breathtaking.
  • Jenna Weickert

    The world of fashion is an extremely competitive and captivating industry. It’s full of fascinating and inspiring people that contribute to one of the most sought-out industries in today’s society.
  • Brittney Sampsel

    Brittney Sampsel is a senior fashion design major at Kent State University. Her senior line was inspired by Alice, from Lewis Carroll’s novel, Alice in Wonderland.
  • Margie Paolicchi

    Kent State University senior fashion design major Margie Paolicchi has been sewing for 12 years. What was once a hobby became a career choice the minute she realized she could apply her creativity to an occupation in the fashion industry. Paolicchi has spent the past few years studying design, interning at big-name labels and working on her collection for the spring fashion show, Re:Create.
  • Chelsea Paskvan

    Growing up in Huntington Beach, Calif., senior fashion design major Chelsea Paskvan was born with a scientist’s eye and a sophisticate’s sense of beauty. Moving east and attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Paskvan taught fashion design and construction before bringing her talent to Kent, Ohio, and spreading it across the globe.
  • Emily Nash

    Re:CREATE, The Annual Spring Fashion Show was held Saturday April 24, at Kent State University, featuring designs from over 60 fashion design students. One of those students was senior fashion design student Emily Nash.
  • Melissa Kubik

    In the midst of senior “Hades Week” - the absolutely busiest week of the year for seniors - I had the pleasure of meeting with the beautiful and talented Melissa Kubik. Melissa is a senior fashion designer at Kent State University, and she enthusiastically prepares and puts the finishing touches on her garments before presenting them. In spite of her chaotic schedule, I was able to meet with her to ask her a few questions regarding her very glamorous collection.
  • Natalie Jupp

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  • Melissa Egbers

    Melissa Egbers is the kind of person who you can immediately tell is confident, beautiful and a total fashion guru.

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