Ohio fashion show will feature NYC swimsuit designer

Ohio fashion show will feature NYC swimsuit designer

on Friday,July 02,2010 14:07


As bikini season arrives, stylish women across the country are perusing fashion magazines to scope out today's trends. Bikinis, bathing suits, cover-ups and sun dresses are on the minds of many female shoppers, who cannot be front row at every big fashion event.

However, for women in Ohio, Cincy Chic, an online publication for women in the greater Cincinnati area, will be hosting a couture swimsuit fashion show. The Ben-Gals, the cheerleaders of the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals, will serve as models for the show.

Anne Pachan, a New York City-based designer, will be providing the fashions from her Cala Ossidiana collection. Several of Pachans designs were recently debuted at Cincinnati Fashion week.

"Our entire staff can't wait for this event. Its such an honor to feature NFL cheerleaders and have the opportunity to bring a couture swimwear designer from New York City," says Cincy Chic Publisher Amy Storer-Scalia.

Attendees of the fashion show will also have the opportunity to sample new beauty products and spa treatments provided by local vendors.

Food and drinks will be provided at the free fashion event, and no RSVP is required. The show will take place Friday, July 23 at Cincinnati Tan Company in West Chester, Ohio.

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