American Association of University Women Northville-Novi
Living a mission to empower women and girl
Presents a benefit on March 30, 2019
Michigan Fashion Designers Showcase
to Celebrate the creativity of women designers and entrepreneurs in order to empower young women with scholarships and custom designed enrichment programs
Nabeela Najjar graduated from the College for Creative Studies majoring in Fibers and Textiles located in Detroit, Michigan. She is a costume and fashion designer that is inspired by dreams with a heavy emphasis on nature. Through her work, she incorporates these themes and try to convey a conceptual message based on moments that have affected her life. The outcome can be mystical, ethereal and sometimes belonging to another world.
Chloe Tulgetske was born in Roscommon, Michigan in 1999. Despite growing up in a small rural town in Northern Michigan, she’s always been drawn to fashion and has been fascinated with it for most of her life. Throughout her childhood she would create her own designs for various reasons, and this love led her to Central Michigan University. Currently she lives in Mount Pleasant, Michigan and is in the process of completing her Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design at CMU. Though her personal style is a bit darker, she is drawn to things bright and chic, and is greatly inspired by designers such as Erin Robertson and Rodarte. She showed her first collection in the Threads Fashion Show on campus in Spring 2018, Cherry Bomb, which was also shown a second time in the Fall at the Flint Motor City Fashion Show.