Kent State Fashion School Students Featured in Pro Football Hall of Fame Fashion Show Luncheon
Last month during the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony weekend in Canton, Ohio, Kent State student-made fashions were featured on the runway during the annual Hall of Fame Luncheon. The event is part of the annual Enshrinement Ceremony weekend for the Hall of Fame.
Eleven garments were featured in the show, all of which were made by fashion design students from the Kent State University School of Fashion Design and Merchandising. Each of the garments had been previously featured in The Fashion School’s Annual Fashion Show 2019 in April. The event featured fashions created by graduate student Maame Amoah, and recent graduates Ella Zurawski, Elisha Hamric, Haley Topp, Zach Popovich and Shuxian Kong.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame
Every year, the Pro Football Hall of Fame holds a special Fashion Luncheon to kick off the enshrinement ceremony weekend, asking local fashion industry leaders to participate. The annual Enshrinement Ceremony honors football leaders and legends that made a big impact on the game throughout their career. This year, the Hall of Fame honored: Champ Bailey – Denver Broncos, Pat Bowlen – Owner Denver Broncos, Gil Brandt – Contributor NFL, Tony Gonzalez – Atlanta Falcons, Ty Law – Denver Broncos, Kevin Mawae – NY Jets, Ed Reed – Baltimore Ravens, Johnny Robinson – Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs.