Ursuline Innovations '18

Ursuline College Innovations '18 fashion show
Fashion students from Ursuline College presented their annual fashion show, Innovations '18, on Sunday, April 29.
  • Take a look through Gerri’s Closet

    Going green is the new movement, and what better way to go green than to shop at a trendy consignment store? Gerri’s Closetis an upscale clothing store that carries junior and women’s casual and career clothing. It was voted #1 Beacon’s Best in 2007.
  • High flying fashionistas

    For professional women, image is everything. Unfortunately, some jobs are more demanding to a beauty regime than others. How do we take fashion with us when we travel?
  • Pour L'Amour Fashion Show

    Friday, May 14, marked the first fashion show for Legation, a gallery. There was a full house and a great deal of anticipation before the show began.
  • The perfect dress

    Finding the perfect dress has become just as important as finding the perfect man. You cannot settle - it has to be the ONE!
  • Alexandria Kakoules

    Alexandria Kakoules has always been captivated by the fashion industry. As a child growing-up in Canton, Ohio, her family’s wedding dress shop essentially became her very own playground. It was there where she became exposed to a world of creativity and beauty, one where the atmosphere was simply magical. Women of all ages were transformed into royalty before her very eyes.
  • 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.

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