Post Tagged with: "shoes"

Owen Osinde, CEO of Sneakerdeck, and Jasem Ahmady, lead of operations and design, at the Branded TO competition April 8. (Courtesy Sneackerdeck)

Students’ app combines social media with sneakers

A group of Ryerson students created Sneakerdeck, an app they hope will become the go-to social platform for people who love sneakers.

Left to right: Andrew Sigmaringan, Darina Granik, Aimee Nsangu, Alex Digioseffo. (Ryersonian Staff)

RyeStyle: Boots and Shoes

Shoes are the most underrated part of any outfit. While it’s easy to step out in the same old sneakers day after day, working some boots, loafers, or heels into the mix can go a long way. Here are a few pairs we liked this week. Harrison Arranz, second-year engineering Harrison’s oxfords from Aldo stood out thanks to the mix of materials — […]

Sarah Chang's Sam Edelman contest submission.

UPDATE: Students frustrated with cancelled Sam Edelman shoe contest

                            Fashion students are frustrated and upset at the last-minute cancellation of a highly anticipated shoe design contest the night before the winners were supposed to be announced. Fashion design students had been invited to enter an original shoe design in a bid to win a two-day […]

by Stephanie Chan· · Arts & Life, Fashion, News, On Campus

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