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A killer green: Ryerson’s arsenic dress

A killer green: Ryerson’s arsenic dress

Ingrid Masak Mida gently tugs on a fresh pair of disposable latex gloves before gingerly arranging a brilliant green Victorian dress on the piece of canvas covering the counter in front of her — the colour of it is so eye-catching that the wrinkles and faded yellow spots are hardly noticeable. She picks and pulls delicately at the sleeves and […]

She’s not just another ‘shoe-in’

As an international student, Ivonne Serna did more than put one foot in front of the other – she stepped out in style. And she believes everyone should have that chance. Serna, a recent Ryerson grad was one of eight international students in Ontario to receive a City of Toronto International Student Excellence Award last weekend. She received hers in […]

by Allie Coulman· · Arts & Life, Fashion
These shoes aren’t horsing around

These shoes aren’t horsing around

Interning at the Bata Shoe Museum can be a shoe lover’s dream. But Ryerson student Jessica Miniaci got to do more than just look at shoes. She produced her very own exhibit – one that showcased equestrian riding boots from 1860 to 1948. “It looks at both men’s and women’s equestrian footwear,” said the second-year master of arts in fashion […]

by Jessica Vitullo· · Arts & Life, Fashion
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