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.
The one-of-a-kind, creative Cleveland showcase Made in the 216 kicked off in style on Friday, June 26 at 4 p.m. sharp. The Gordon Square Arts District of Detroit Road filled quickly with eager and artsy supporters interested in checking out the extensive selection of products that were featured by local designers.
Unveiled in Cleveland’s Gordon Square Arts District in November of 2007, the eclectic Room Service boutique also opened their door for local designers by presenting their product lines to the public. Store owner Danielle DeBoe is a strong supporter of our creative Cleveland businesses, and she features labels such as Wrath Arcane Menswear, Little Korboose and Small Screen Designs in her product selection. The list of locals goes on and on and is fluctuating with freshness.
Local fashion was the focus at the Evolved Nightlife and Fashion Experience held on June 20, 2009, at Silk. The event, presented by Fabiola Productions and Place2Bseen.com, featured four collections by Cleveland-area designers and pieces currently being sold at Style Lounge.
“Spreading Cleveland pride, one t-shirt at a time” is the C.L.E. Clothing Co. slogan that speaks for itself. High school friends turned entrepreneurs Mike Kubinski and Jeff Rees were looking to fill a void when they started their t-shirt company, and that is what they did.
The window to Eclectic Mixx is anything but ordinary, it’s extraordinary! As the Lakewood High School Jazz Band set the mood in the courtyard during Eclectic Mixx's grand opening party on June 5, the partygoers absorbed the new shop while enjoying sangrias and hors d'oeuvres.
Art in the Village was held at Legacy Village on June 6 and 7, 2009, and the event attracted a large crowd of shoppers. Attendees perused booths of paintings, photography pieces, jewelry, apparel and more.