Classic Gentlemen’s Club pushes for diversity in fashion


Fashion merchandising major Todd White (left), fashion merchandising major Donovan Vaughn (center) and criminal justice major Kelvin Bey (right) stand on The K outside of the Student Center on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, as part of The Classic Gentleman’s Club. 

Emily Mills

Kent State’s Classic Gentleman’s Club is pushing for diversity in the university’s fashion community. 

Created by freshman public relations major Emonte Wimbush, the club is an organization focused on men’s fashion. 

The Classic Gentlemen’s Club hosted a demonstration at Risman Plaza Wednesday to raise awareness for the new organization. 

The club will have its Mass Meeting and Social Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Oscar Ritchie lecture hall. Formal or business casual attire is requested.

Emily Mills is the managing editor for The Kent Stater. Contact her at [email protected]