Ryerson Fashion Communication graduate Sabina Fenn works on her tablet in her home studio.

Being a freelance #GirlBoss

Sabina Fenn’s downtown Toronto apartment is decorated with fashion illustrations. In one of these drawings, nine women wear fruit, like produce is the new Prada. In another, a bob-haired beauty frolics in a banana skirt. The former is an original work by the 23-year-old freelance fashion and lifestyle illustrator, and the latter is a print she picked up in Paris […]

by Harleen Sidhu· · Arts & Life, Fashion, Features
Issue 5 – Campus Street Style

Issue 5 – Campus Street Style

This week, Ryerson students made neutral tones the focus and brought out relaxed silhouettes in a spin in street style. From a Blair Waldorf-inspired tweed blouse to an oversized grey jacket, it looks like students are bringing out a range of styles, from monochromatic chic to hypebeast fashion. Aya Baradie Baradie channeled her inner Blair Waldorf in a tweed collared […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Fashion, On Campus
Photo credits: photography via Instagram /@ifwtoronto by Ratul Debnath

Toronto is hosting its first Indigenous Fashion Week

Toronto is getting its first ever Indigenous Fashion Week and it’s been a long time coming. The fashion industry is embracing the final frontier of inclusivity with the launch of a show that highlights “distinct and progressive Indigenous artists working in fashion, textiles and craft.” It will be taking place at the Harbourfront Centre from May 31 to June 3, […]

by Maha Syeda· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Photo by Megan Honan.

Campus Street Style

This week in street style, Ryerson students brought out pops of colour to brighten up their outfits in the dull winter weather. From a chartreuse coat to a powder pink beanie, it looks like students are ready to step out in their spring style and leave winter greys behind. Kayla Gladysz To celebrate International Women’s Day, Gladysz paired a ‘Girl […]

Photo Courtesy Adrian Arnieri. Adrian Arnieri showcases his collection The Electric Lady’s at the 2017 Ryerson fashion show Mass Exodus.

Ryerson grad Adrian Arnieri’s design hits the red carpet

For some, being a student at the Ryerson School of Fashion means completing assignments and passing classes so you can one day walk across the stage at graduation. For others, this program is seen as an “in,” because of the contacts that can be made and the countless opportunities to take advantage of. It’s easy for students to get caught […]

by Chelsea Lecce· · Arts & Life, Fashion, Features
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