Baltimore is one fashionable town with a creative spirit. Read about its designers, trends and fashion-forward companies.

Mallory Tarschis

Upholding a Bridal Legacy in Baltimore

  When Betsy Robinson started working for her husband’s family in Anne Arundel County, she was only 26 years old and already had a vision...
Glam Set Go

Biz Buzz: Glam Set Go

  Going to the salon can be a time commitment—a luxury some people just don’t have. That was the driving force behind a vision from...
Shana Kroiz fine art jewelry

Crafting Self-Confidence

  Shana Kroiz views jewelry as a powerful tool for self-confidence. When you adorn yourself with jewelry, you tell a story about who you are,...
Dry Bar Towson

Biz Buzz: Drybar Towson

  Women in the Baltimore region have been flocking to a salon with a unique focus: blowouts. While some might choose to cut their hair...
Susan Spring assistant models a dress at The Wedding Dresser

A Perfect Fit

  As fast fashion gives way to more sustainable trends, Susan Ruddie Spring wants to help brides look their best on the big day by...
Audrey + Brooks T-length dress �2495

Holiday Chic

The holidays are certainly looking brighter this year than last. Instead of curling up on the couch in quarantine, we’re so ready—jumping for joy,...

Baltimore Makers Market Returns for Sixth Year

  Shop local this holiday season with Baltimore’s Makers Market, modeled after the Bryant Park holiday craft bazaar in New York City. Green Spring Station, 10751...
Brandi Lewis

Upcycle Your Wardrobe

  Hailing from Baltimore, designer Brandi Lewis always has her eye tuned to unique materials. She describes her brand “Syeko” as “uniquely, unexpected wearable art...
Jocelyn faux ruffle pull thru scarf $95 and faux mandy mittens $45 resize

All Wrapped Up

It’s officially sweater weather! Luckily, the best accessory for the cooler temperatures is also the simplest way to keep warm. Enter the scarf. With...
Caprece Jackson--Garrett

Baltimore Upcycling, Vintage on Display in ‘Sustainable Fashion Weekend’

Caprece Jackson-Garrett says people are starting to gravitate more and more toward reusing and recycling clothing rather than buying it new—because they want to...