Fashion

WATCH: 23 questions with Daniel Drak

WATCH: 23 questions with Daniel Drak

When he’s not baking or indulging in Christmas carols, Daniel Drak is trying to make people think differently about fashion.

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Ted Rogers Students’ Society partnered with Champion to create their clothing line, which is seen being sold by Poppie Grant in the afternoon of Oct. 31, 2017 at Ted Rogers School of Management (Photo by: Ben Shelley)

Rye student society more than doubles apparel revenue from last year

Ryerson business students are championing their own faculty like never before thanks to a new clothing line.

The Ted Rogers Students’ Society (TRSS) has earned more from apparel revenue two months into the school year compared to all of last year.

by Spencer Turcotte· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Ryerson graduate ERDEM designer collaborates with H&M in new collection

Ryerson graduate ERDEM designer collaborates with H&M in new collection

Versace, Alexander Wang and Balmain are just a few of the names H&M has collaborated with, and Ryerson school of fashion graduate Erdem Moralioglu is about to be one of them.

by Nadia Khamsi· · Fashion, News
Fifth-year occupational health and safety student Michelle Hong, dressed as Deep Sea Hatsune Miku, worked on this cosplay for a month and a half. (Christine Chua)

The craft of cosplay

Cosplay, short for “costume play,” is the ever-growing trend where fans create and dress up as their favourite characters from movies, television shows and video games. Conventions like FanExpo, Toronto ComiCon and Anime North see cosplayers arrive by the thousands, showing off their often elaborate and homemade creations amongst like-minded fans.

by Christine Chua· · Arts & Life, Fashion, Media
Making orders is extremely important. Orders for all upcoming seasons must be made well in advance to ensure they arrive before each season. (Photo by Simona Catalano)

The real balancing sheet: full-time student vs. full-time business

It’s not every day that a young entrepreneur decides to venture into a business while still finishing their undergraduate degree. Balancing school, work and a personal life can be challenging as it is.

For fourth-year Ryerson student Eden Mitelman, this challenge intensified when she opened her boutique Emme and Edly in her second year. Her store features the latest in womenswear clothing and accessories handpicked by Mitelman herself.

by Simona Catalano· · Arts & Life, Business, Fashion
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