Gallery: Mass Exodus showcases Ryerson fashion talent

Mass Exodus, the largest student-run fashion show in the world, made its anticipated return on April 3 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The show, produced by Ryerson fashion communications students, featured the impressive collections of fourth-year fashion design students. The collections ranged from Victorian wear to cool, casual menswear.

“It’s amazing to finally see what seven months of hard, hard work has come to put together this amazing show,” said Serena Giancola, a Mass Exodus producer. “How excited the design students must feel and how the communications students must feel to finally present their graduating collection or capstone on such a great platform. It’s wicked.”

In honour of the show, The Ryersonian’s Matt Oxman photo-documented the event.



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