It’s almost as though fate brought Karen Fortunato and Lauren Merlo Cercel together. After serendipitous run-ins, the two women became friends and Karen proposed they start a business together in the form of a lifestyle and beauty blog.
Spoonflower recently released results from a study it conducted measuring the favorite colors of each of the United States. According to the study, the top color in Cleveland (and all of Ohio) is blue.
Meg Albright is a local fashionista who has turned her love of fashion into a business helping others find and refine their own style. Her company, Highlight Styling, helps clients organize their closets and better develop their wardrobes, as well as providing a sounding board for clients' style quesitons. Below, Albright answers our questions about her company, spring trends and her best style advice.
Local fashion designer Valerie Mayen is no stranger to the Project Runway stage. She competed on season eight of the fashion design competition, where she finished seventh of 17 designers. Now, she'll be appearing on season five of Project Runway All Stars, where she will be up against other Project Runway alumni from various seasons.
There's a line of natural anti-aging beauty products that's gaining popularity with movie stars and everyday women alike, and it got its start in 1889 right here in Cleveland. Frownies began when Clevelander Margaret Krosen developed a product to help her daughter Alice minimize a deep wrinkle in her brow, and the product soon took off.