Fashionably Cleveland staff

Kent State students receive cotton grant

Fashion students at Kent State University have been awarded two grants totalling nearly $70,000 - and they have cotton to thank for them.

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.

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.

Blogger spotlight: Zafi Ahmed

Zafi Ahmed, Cleveland fashion blogger
Zafi Ahmed is a Ohio native who recently moved back from New York City. During the day, she teaches art at Massillon Middle School and by night, she's a fashion and lifestyle blogger. She chatted with us recently about blogging, finding inspiration and moving back to Ohio.

Clothing company finds inspiration in Cleveland

Cleveland Swag Co., Ohio fashion
Local couple Rory and Brenda Haehn had a hard time finding Cleveland-themed clothing they liked, so they decided to design their own - and Cleveland Swag Co. was created. See what Brenda had to say about starting an apparel company, entrepreneurship in Cleveland, and finding inspiration.

Blog Spotlight: Sweet Caroline

Caroline Tullis, Ohio fashion blogger
Caroline Tullis is a fashion merchandising student at Kent State University. Her blog, Sweet Caroline, allows her to combine her love of writing and fashion in one place. We asked Caroline some questions about her blog, style advice and finding inspiration.

Tri-C Celebrates the Art of Fashion

Tri-C Celebrates the Art of Fashion, Cleveland, Ohio
Cuyahoga Community College's Western Campus is hosting "The Art of Fashion," a five-week exhibit showcasing fashions by local designers.

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.

Blog spotlight: Chic With a Side of Champagne

Cleveland fashion blog Chic With A Side of Champagne
Brooke Anders began blogging as a way to share fashion advice with family and friends. Now, her website Chic With A Side of Champagne houses a wealth of knowledge about fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips. The busy local mother, wife and paralegal was kind enough to answer some questions for us about starting a blog, finding inspiration and style advice.

Bringing African fashion to Cleveland

Chimu fashion, Cleveland, Ohio
Chioma Onukwuire's fashion line, Chimu, was created when she discovered a local need for African fashion. The savvy Cleveland-based entrepreneur was kind enough to answer some questions for us about filling a gap in the marketplace, naming her business and fashion in Cleveland.

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