Fashion

Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

Getting intimate at Toronto Fashion Week

Toronto Fashion Week is back and seemingly every fashion enthusiast in the city congregated to explore, witness, and capture fashion. As part of the festivities, Ryerson School of Fashion alumnus Michael Zoffranieri put on a private presentation of his new Gala 2018 collection at the Four Seasons Hotel. Fourth-year fashion communication student, Zoya Shaban, produced the presentation.   “[This] is […]

by Prescylla Veronique· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Issue 3 – Campus Street Style

Issue 3 – Campus Street Style

In the third installment of campus street style, we spotted students who still, despite the snowy weather, managed to make it to campus in style.    This week, students talked about their celebrity-inspired looks and featured brands like Oak and Fort, Urban Outfitters, H&M and this week’s favourite winter boot, Dr. Martens. Rui Batista, second-year architecture: “Today’s inspiration was a […]

by Prescylla Veronique· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Merrike Hess poses with one of her flower crowns. Photo by Merrike Hess.

Flower and Arts and Craft: The Social-Media Side-Hustle

Before second-year graphic communications management student Merike Hess started her small flower crown-making business, she was Pinterest famous. At 15 years old, the young entrepreneur had more than 1,300 people following her health and beauty clipboards on the social media platform. When the first brand reached out to her, asking to include their products on her Pinterest boards, she began […]

Issue 2 – Campus Street Style

Issue 2 – Campus Street Style

Another week and the campus catwalk is still overflowing with street style. This week, students talked to us about how their looks are chosen based on comfort and their mood that day. We had had a hint of inspiration from designers such as Burberry and Raf Simons. The prices ranged from cheap-but-valuable thrifted pieces, affordable one-stop shop looks, streetwear phenomenons […]

by Prescylla Veronique· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Issue 1- Campus Street Style

Issue 1- Campus Street Style

  The essence of downtown Toronto is nothing less than a luxurious urban vibe that pushes you to dress up a little more. You go to out-of-town universities and it seems that more than half the time it’s sweatpants, a hoodie and a backpack to match that is the unspoken uniform. At Ryerson your choices are not necessarily dictated by […]

by Prescylla Veronique· · Arts & Life, Fashion
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