A/W FASHION SHOW
Each fall, Rowe hosts a fashion show where guests enjoy music, cocktails, hors d'ouvres and a step and repeat for photos. A pop-up shop is complete with racks and tables full of fresh fall merchandise for purchase before and after the show, so guests can take home runway styles. Not only is this an evening of style, it is also charitable. Proceeds of ticket sales benefit the Jack Roth Fund, started by Rowe Boutique’s owner, Maren Roth in 2006. It is in her father’s name and memory after losing him to a courageous battle with lung cancer. The Jack Roth Fund benefits lung cancer research at the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard Solove Research Center at The Ohio State University, along with Jack Roth's Camp Netaim, a camp for children with special needs. The fashion show has raised over $30,000 through ticket sales. Below you can see images from our 2016 fashion show, So Basic, at the Columbus Museum of Art and see our 2015 show, Street Style Love Song, at Huntington Park here.
2016 A/W FASHION SHOW: SO BASIC
This fashion show focuses on not just the basics of fashion, but the fundamentals of Rowe. We're proud that those fundamentals mean we curate a well thought out assortment of timeless pieces that our customers will continue to wear for many years. While we don't ignore trends, we interpret them in a way that is wearable. We focus on the essentials and basics that make up the bulk of a wardrobe: the perfect t-shirt, a classic sweater, a neutral coat, the everyday bag and the everything necklace. We make sure that our customers know they will purchase items that will be with them for a lifetime.