Inspired by a documentary called The True Cost, radio and television arts student’s put on a fashion show as a capstone project featuring eight local designers’ sustainable fashion lines.
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It’s Friday night and Clara Purdy is quickly pinning a white dress to cover a fresh red marker stain. “The designer’s out there,” she said. Meanwhile, Nadia Ebrahim is pacing back and forth with a clipboard in hand, making sure that the row of models is in order. All of these last-minute tasks are what goes into INTRO, a fashion […]
Fashion show Project Diversity featured supermodels of a different kind: for starters, there was a variety of ethnicities, ages, shapes and sizes. The show, held on March 24, was produced by fourth-year fashion communications student Kirthiga Rajanayagam. “I wanted to bring together people who aren’t typically ‘the norm’ when it comes to fashion,” says Rajanayagam. “And what better than a […]
Fashion student Stephanie Yiu has found a new way to recycle old plastic bags – by taking 100 of them and turning them into dresses. Yiu’s plastic bag dresses were a few of the sustainable garments featured in Ryerson’s second eco-conscious fashion show, Revolution 2014, which was held Saturday night at the Sears Atrium. The show featured 12 Toronto designers, […]
By Sarah Warne and Hayley Brauer Ryersonian Staff FLARE Magazine featured this year’s most popular winter fashion trends at a presentation at the Toronto Eaton Centre Thursday. The Ryersonian caught up with Truc Nguyen, the magazine’s senior style editor, after the fashion show to get the inside scoop on what this year’s top winter trends are. The Ryersonian: What are the top […]