Mickey Agnelli has something many people dream of—a way to make money doing something she loves. Angelli is a fourth-year social work student at Ryerson behind the Instagram-based business Gal Who Sews. She got into the hobby of embroidery after attending a friend’s workshop. “I had never tried anything like it before, but I was intrigued,” says Agnelli. “I draw, […]
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When he’s not baking or indulging in Christmas carols, Daniel Drak is trying to make people think differently about fashion.
Ryerson grad Stephania Stefanakou studied fashion communication, but since graduating in 2016, she’s had a lot to learn about running a business.
Stefanakou co-founded House of Anesi with Leen Al-Taher and Jacob John. The startup is part of Ryerson’s Fashion Zone and it’s working to launch a bra that can change shape and adapt to wearers’ breast-size changes.
Vivek Shraya says she used to love shopping, but now hates it. It reminds her that she either dresses the way she wants and worries about incurring violence, or she erases her identity.
Incoming interior design students at Ryerson can expect changes to the curriculum in the near future, and many current students agree – it’s time for a change.
Ryerson’s School of Interior Design (RSID) received approval on curriculum changes that were proposed at the senate meeting held last week on Nov. 7.