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Loren "LOJO" Hicks is a clothing designer & the Founder of Michigan Fashion Week, Loren has an extensive fashion background that ranges from fashion publications to modeling and styling for top photographers across the world! Born and raised in the Detroit area, LOJO is known for her keen eye of fashion and her love for making all her clients look good. Although LOJO holds a bachelors degree in Statistics, from Grand Valley State University, she has chosen to make fashion design her main focus in life. LOJO has had extensive training in sewing and designing, and although she’s young, her desire is to one day pass what she has learned to the next generation.
Currently based out of Metro-Detroit, MI, LOJO has been busy working with her clients as well as many projects, including Michigan Fashion Week. LOJO, an award winning businesswoman and fashion designer, which includes CRAIN's Detroit Business, Michigan Chronicle as well as her designs featured at the Detroit Institutes of Arts. LOJO also has the passion to help everybody succeed. If you have a dream of owning your own boutique, start a fashion styling business, be a fashion designers, she has studied the business had has learned the keys and component for a successful organization. LOJO has been seen on Bravo's Say Yes to The Dress. Loren is a wife, and mother of two young girls.
Hello I'm Loren | Fashion Designer + Entrepreneur
A Fashion Designer on a mission to educate, motivate and coach real women just like you to dress and live the life they want and desire.
Loren is an entrepreneur with a big heart for women in business and the fashion industry. Loren is an expert event producer with each of her events averaging over 1,000 people in attendance. Loren knows the ins and out of putting on a successful large event and production.
Loren Has won countless numbers of business awards and has worked with companies such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Gucci, Macys, Victorias Secrets, and many more.
Along with the large companies, Loren also has a desire for the future generations. She has formed a non-profit company to bring sewing and design programs back into the public school system.
Loren annually gives thousands of dollars to her favorite charity each year.