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!
  • B. eautiful!

    Calling all Gossip Girl fans! If you want to know where to find the chic, trend-forward looks from your favorite show, you must run - not walk (be warned, the cute, reasonably priced merch flies off the hangers!) - to B. Lux. The ultra-femme boutique in Hudson is located amongst the popular shops and restaurants composing First & Main.
  • Helping others through fashion

    On August 27, 2010, young professionals of the greater Cleveland area came out in style for The Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club's 4th Annual Fashion Show benefiting Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland, Inc.
  • Get ready to "fall” into the latest trends

    The temperature is starting to drop outside, but that doesn’t mean your sense of style has to suffer. Instead, embrace the crisp weather with the latest fall trends. Check out a few of them below:
  • Running of the Brides 2010

    On Friday, Aug. 27, brides-to-be lined up outside of Filene's Basement in Warrensville Heights for the store's annual Running of the Brides event. More than 1,000 wedding gowns waited inside the store for them. Originally priced up to $9,000, the dresses were marked down to $249, $499 and $699.
  • The Miss Model Pageant

    Althea Jones founded Gown Chic with the belief that every woman deserves to feel like a princess. She put that philosophy into action on July 31, 2010 by providing evening gowns for 10 young ladies competing in the 2010 Miss Model Pageant in Elyria, Ohio.
  • The dog days of summer

    In the dog days of summer, what better way to pass the time for fashion conscious canines than with a dog fashion show?
  • Fall trends... on a budget

    The sultry temperatures outside that continue to soar make it seem as though the summer will be endless this year, and that sundresses and tanks will be our go-to staples forever. But all of us in Northeastern Ohio know that the inevitable windswept, wet days are ahead, providing the opportunity to bundle up in more substantial threads. The summer to fall transition in terms of dressing is quite a turning point, and this year the trends shown in the catwalk are blissfully femme and beautiful.
  • One-of-a-kind style

    My Song Boutique opened its fashionable doors on May 8, 2010. Owners Jackie Bertolette and Rebecca MacMillan are passionate about fashion and are dedicated to bringing it to the local communities in Cleveland.
  • Focusing on fun

    Are you tired of the same ol’ monthly hair trim routine? Does your current hairstylist stick to traditional styles when all you want to do is take a risk and change it up? Visit Skullz Hair Salon on 125 S Water Street in Kent, Ohio. Not only do they have rockin’ stylists, but they also have a wide variety of skills and visions that set them apart from the typical hair salons. Despite their busy schedules, the salon manager Angelique was kind enough to answer questions via e-mail.