Sunday’s production of Mass Exodus raised the bar for future shows, according to attendees.
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When Michael Zoffranieri joined a sewing club in high school he thought it was just going to be a creative outlet amidst his science-heavy curriculum. Now the fourth-year fashion design student is hard at work for Mass Exodus, which is on April 10. Inspired by Infiorata, a floral festival in Italy, Zoffranieri gave The Ryersonian a sneak peek at his newest bridal collection. […]
Over the past two decades, David Dixon has remained at the helm of the North American fashion scene. The Ryerson alum is known for his revolutionary “little black dress” in womenswear collections and his eponymous Town Shoes brand. This year, he celebrates the 20th anniversary of his label with the unveiling of his fall-winter collection at World Mastercard Fashion Week. […]
If you’re a fashion student sitting in class right now, there’s a chance that the classmate sitting next to you isn’t a student at all. Instead, it might be Heather Lane-Vetere, Ryerson’s vice-provost for students, a top administrator who oversees many of the policies and procedures affecting students at the university. Since September, Lane-Vetere has been taking a capstone class […]
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 […]