Local designers are on display in Columbus for the fourth-annual CMH Fashion Week.
Fashion Week is taking place all week, but many of the 15 designers are preparing for the finale runaway show on Saturday.
Atlantic Magazine has recognized Columbus as the third-biggest design center in the United States.
Fashion Week founder Thomas McClure said the event also draws visitors from outside of Ohio.
He said it boosts the local economy and gives young talent a chance to shine.
"When we showcase local designers, we have places like Brigade that pick them up, and then we have them in their store, so we're kind of keeping the money in the city," McClure said.
This year, Fashion Week is awarding a $2,500 scholarship to a student at the Columbus College of Art and Design, thanks to 10TV partner Capital Style magazine.
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