International fashion accessory retailer PASHA has launched new jewel-decorated hair accessories and sandals, and some of the inspiration for the designs came from the founder's early trips to Cleveland.
Rock The Runway is a highly anticipated event every year, and this year's event didn't disappoint. With the exciting props, live band and Marie Antoinette-inspired designs, the show kept audience members on the edge of their seats.
What is the point of holding on to unworn items and having a cluttered closet? That is neither cool nor chic. This is the perfect time to ‘spring clean’ your closet. You can make cleaning out your closet fun.
More than 40 years ago, Knuth’s started as a family-owned shoe store on the east side of Cleveland. Since purchasing the store in 1987, John and Sherri Bryan have helped evolve the store into a boutique with a ton of footwear.
The Dreamland Experience Fashion Show 2010 inaugural show was exactly that, an unreal experience. With the opening scene using a song from the Twilight soundtrack and five dancers taking you away from reality, you quickly began to drift into another world and embark on your Dreamland Experience.
Cleveland Rocks for Haiti, a stylishly charitable event, was held at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on Saturday, Feb. 27. The event was sponsored by Fashion for Haiti and organized by Cleveland City Councilman Zack Reed. Proceeds benefited relief efforts in Haiti
Katie S. Marks designs her jewelry line with true charm and originality. Unique pieces are made using high quality materials including sterling silver, vermeil gold, pearls, Swarovski crystals and even vintage coins.
With the help of Kent’s Fashion Student Organization and College Fashionista, students of all ages were able to come together and show their support for the people of Haiti this past weekend. The two college organizations teamed up and hosted three benefit fashion shows, with all proceeds raised going to Unicef for Haiti relief.
"I was working at Urban Outfitters," Rick Sans said, "and I said (to myself) that I could make clothes better than this." This thought began the Japanese- and street art-inspired clothing line, Sans Oceana.