Fashion

Issue 7- Campus Street Style

Issue 7- Campus Street Style

This week in street style, Ryerson students opted for a comforting colour palette to lighten up the gloomy weather. With looks ranging from old favourites like a plaid shirt to a relaxed plum coat, it looks like students are ready for the clouds to disappear and spring to be in full bloom. Diana Ho Ho wore a monochrome outfit incorporating […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Fashion
Photo by @rumastyles via Instagram

10 modest fashion influencers to follow

To celebrate Muslim Women’s Day today, we’re shining a spotlight on talented Muslim fashion bloggers who’ve found success on social media as the industry is growing to be more inclusive. Modest fashion influencers are at the forefront of the modest fashion movement and they are proving that representation matters—because fashion isn’t just limited to an exclusive crowd; it’s for everyone. […]

by Maha Syeda· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Ryerson grad’s fashion start-up celebrates its one year anniversary with month-long pop-up showroom in Toronto.
(Photo by Janine Maral Tascioglu)

UnCo. will make you a more mindful shopper

“Hey, you’re almost there,” reads the sign on the door to a studio on the second floor of 487 Adelaide St. W. Rose-gold balloons spelling out “UNCO” float on one end of the room, adjacent to a welcoming seating area and handmade natural flower wall. Everything is Instagram-approved while still on brand for Toronto fashion startup, UnCo. There to greet […]

Issue 6 – Campus Street Style

Issue 6 – Campus Street Style

This week in street style, Ryerson students brought out spring-inspired outfits that celebrated the season while keeping them warm. From an ‘80s throwback jacket to an oversized grey sweater, students are bringing out an array of tones in looks that are comfortable yet polished.    Alyssa Bordin   Bordin mastered the comfortable-chic look in her spring-inspired outfit. She accessorized with […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Fashion
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
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