OK before everyone starts to freak about "yet another fashion week in a small city," here me out. I am in love with the little city of Cleveland. Last year I went for a weekend and it was fabulous. The Indians were playing the gross Red Sox, the people were seriously lovely (even though their team lost), the food was great and I was actually a little sad to be coming back to New York. With that said, I wasn't really sure what they meant by "fashion week in Cleveland" when I came across this article on cleveland.com. This piece outlined a talk given by Megan Spagnolo, costume curator at the Western Reserve Historical Society about the history of children's clothes. How cute, right?? Did you know the color "pink" was orginally meant for boys because red was seen as a masculine color? Did you also know boys and girls used to wear dresses? Why is Cleveland so damn wholesome?? Ooh I just want to give it a good squeeze!!