Fashion for golfers and more

Girls Got Swing, Ohio
Irene Dooley was inspired to open her store, Girls Got Swing, when she had difficulty finding fashionable golf clothes in Northeast Ohio. Her shop provides high-quality, chic looks for not only golfers but also women who live active lifestyles. Dooley was kind enough to answer some questions for us about opening Girls Got Swing, being an entreprenuer and engaging with customers.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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