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Cleveland Event: Runaway Fashion Show

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle

CLEVELAND, OH - The first high fashion runaway organized by Fashion Talks will be held Saturday, July 31, 2021, at The Madison, 4016 Payne Ave. The event will begin at 6 pm. The runaway will showcase emerging local and established fashion designers.

Ohio Aimon, a fashion entrepreneur behind Fashion Talks, is an experienced Fashion Runaway Show producer, stylist, and creative director from Toronto, Canada. After more than 7 years in the Canadian Fashion Industry with hands-on experience managing events in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver, she is now based in Cleveland.

Fashion talks founded as Aimon sees many creatives with fantastic work in Cleveland have limited access to high fashion outlets. So her goal is to bring an elevated diverse event to Cleveland based on high fashion and community quality.

The runaway admission starts from $60, with front row $100 and VIP $150. The tickets include live entertainment, performances, appetizers, non-alcoholic beverages.

The guests will receive a copy of the first issue of Fashion Talks mini-magazine that's highlighting fashion show participants, media, entertainers, and event sponsors.

Front row guests will be seated in the best seats in the house for the runaway show and will receive a specially customized gift bag with products and vendor discounts.

VIP guests will have a special experience, such as access to valet parking, a photo area, the VIP lounge, front row seats, and networking opportunities with influencers, media, and event sponsors. VIP guests will receive an exclusive gift bag.

The show will be presenting national and international fashion designers with their exclusive collections on Fashion Talks' elegant runway. Cleveland singer and songwriter Siena will be performing with local ballerinas with her new single, Carousel.

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