You have arrived. Welcome to the future of Fashion. Only in Downtown Columbus.
Around the corner from Columbus Commons in an area with a robust retail history, Common Thread on Third is Downtown’s newest shopping destination featuring local and national labels.
Whether you’re in search of an elevated evening gown, bespoke style, unique accessories, or lifestyle goods, Common Thread is where to get your fashion fix.
Tues-Fri, 12 – 7 pm
Sat, 12 – 6 pm
237-267 S Third Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Parking is available at the Columbus Commons Main Garage, 55 E Rich Street. Parking is $3 with validation, available with a purchase from the shops. Parking is also available on Third Street.
Shop the night away at Common Thread’s monthly Fashion Night Out event, happening on the second Friday of every month from 4 – 8 pm. Meet the designers and enjoy the festivities including music and pop-ups!
Joan Madison Couture
White Canvas Designs & Holistic Wellness
by Mandi Caskey
Mandi Caskey aka Miss Birdy is a muralist, gallery artist, and community activist. Caskey chooses to place her attention on creating imagery that will force the viewer to look outside of their mental and emotional world. Using an array of different mediums, the artwork pulls itself away from the artist and takes a life of its own. Caskey’s mural work tends to bleed into a fantasy world that organically takes over any environment and effortlessly changes the impact of a space. While she’s a local artist, Caskey is known to travel the world for art installations. Being extremely versatile and energetic, she becomes a part of the city and loves it as home.
A tailor-made partnership, Common Thread is a collaboration between the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation and Columbus Fashion Council.
Columbus Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) is a private, non-profit development corporation with a mission to lead city-changing projects in the heart of Ohio’s capital city. CDDC served as the Master Developer for the Columbus Commons project, an award-winning, mixed-use development, and redeveloped the 700,000 square-foot Lazarus Office Building. Currently, CDDC is leading the effort on The Peninsula and has selected development partners to execute the vision for an active, mixed-use 18-hour district. In addition, CDDC developed key placemaking spaces such as the Scioto Mile and Dorrian Green, as well as cultural institutions like the first-ever satellite location of the American Museum of National History at COSI and the National Veterans Memorial and Museum.
As a non-profit organization, the Columbus Fashion Council’s (CFC) mission is to provide scholarships to fashion design students and a platform for local fashion designers. CFC works to expand the fashion economy in Central Ohio through a combination of industry growth initiatives, community organizations support, funding access opportunities, and creative program development. They strive to nurture and develop the fashion community to keep our fashion talent living and working in Central Ohio.