Ohio Fashion Schools Train Students for Local Fashion Careers
Ohio's 11.3 million residents make the state the seventh most populated in the nation. Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus are its largest cities, and residents appreciate both retail and boutique fashion. For fashion school students, these larger urban markets may provide the best career opportunities after graduation. Retail areas in Ohio's college towns provide another set of career opportunities for fashion school graduates.
Cleveland residents and fashion industry workers alike look forward to ''The Style PAWparazzi,'' a fashion show that dresses local celebrities and pets in spring's hottest trends. The show, which benefits Cleveland's Animal Protective League, proves the range and playfulness of Ohio's local fashion climate. Far from huge markets like New York City and Los Angeles, members of Ohio's fashion design, marketing, and merchandising industries have a sense of local pride appreciated by their local clients.