Horacio Nieto has been in the fashion industry for more than 15 years and has a very diverse resume with owning his own business and working for small and large fashion industries.
Horacio moved to Chicago, in 2000, to attend a small private fashion school where he received his education and received his bachelor's degree. After graduation he worked for a few small fashion businesses where he gained valuable experience. With this knowledge he was able to begin his own line, which he sold to small boutiques and Macy's on State Street in Chicago.
Nieto was able to work on his womenswear line but also created his menswear line called Arlo. For a couple of years, Horacio worked in the bridal industry and soon started a small bridal line that was included in his brand. He made a name for himself in the fashion industry and was one of the top designers in Chicago.
Horacio moved to Columbus, Ohio in 2013 to work for a fashion corporation and expand his resume. While working in the fashion corporation world he still continued on his lines and grew his knowledge about the industry.
In 2018, he started The Dingy Project which is a fashion accessory and interior home goods line that part of the proceeds goes to help rescue cats and dogs. This is a mission very special to his heart and he wants to help as many animals as he can.
Horacio is currently working on both of his clothing lines and working on having an e-commerce site to share his designs with his customers.