Fa, Fa, Fa, Fa, Fashion

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If you're walking through Tower City the next month and notice a small display of AC Milan soccer jerseys, don't be alarmed. It's just an exhibit by the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission in conjunction with Fashion Week Cleveland.

From the press release:

Fashion Week Cleveland is fast approaching and will powerfully highlight talented designers and emerging industry trends. The Sports & Fashion Exhibit, presented by the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission (GCSC), AC Milan and Dolce & Gabbana is now on display at Tower City Center’s Level 2 and will run during regular mall business hours through May 8th. The Exhibit reveals the creative connections between fashion designers like Dolce & Gabbanna who are producing fashionable sportswear collections for teams and sports personalities such as David Beckham. A Sports & Fashion lecture is scheduled outside the exhibit on May 8th at noon and will include a Dolce & Gabbana fashion book giveaway.

Honestly, the exhibit is flimsy, uninformative, and quite boring. Hopefully the "lecture" on May 8th is more interesting.

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