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Michael Zoffranieri adjusts clothing on model. (Photo by Ash Jahromi)

Ryerson meets fashion: the Zoffranieri perspective

Ryerson University’s fashion students will be featuring their designs during this season of Toronto women’s fashion week. With opportunities from Canada Fashion Group (CFG), runway shows, and Toronto men’s and women’s fashion week talks, Toronto is a hub for fashion enthusiasts with the desire to start off their careers in the industry.

Former 2016 Ryerson graduate and ZOFF designer, Michael Zoffranieri, won the Toronto Fashion Incubator (TFI) annual New Labels competition, and received the Suzanne Rogers Award for Most Promising New Label of 2017.

by Christiane Beya· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Farley Chatto showed his Czar Nicholas II collection at Fashion Week. (Emily Rivas / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson has a new fashionable partner

After many seasons of offering their expertise to Ryerson students, Canada Fashion Group (CFG) has officially partnered with Ryerson University for Toronto Fashion Week.

Outside of Toronto Fashion Week, Ryerson fashion students can intern at Fashion Art Toronto. (Courtesy of Andre Varty)

No more TO Fashion Week? Not a problem for Rye fashion students

The tents might not be going up at David Pecaut Square this October but Ryerson fashion students will carry on without Toronto Fashion Week (TFW). The event, that used to be the first chance for eager students to gain fashion industry experience, was cancelled in July after IMG Canada pulled out as the sponsor. Despite the initial shock, members of […]

by Kelsey Adams· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Ryerson alumni show collections at World MasterCard Fashion Week

Ryerson alumni show collections at World MasterCard Fashion Week

From ready-to-wear pieces to the avant-garde, World MasterCard Fashion Week featured collections from Canada’s most prominent designers. Ryerson alumni, David Dixon, Sunny Fong (VAWK) and Farley Chatto, all debuted their Fall/Winter 2015 collections. Inspiration for each collection was drawn from an array of sources: Dixon’s pieces were inspired by Joan of Arc, Fong took a liking to the animated film Sunny with […]

by Emily Rivas· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Paul Mason: Bigger than the beard

Paul Mason: Bigger than the beard

“See that?” Paul Mason points at a picture of himself, pre-beard era, in his old portfolio. “That looks like a catalogue guy … With that short hair … Boring.” Mason laughs at his young self, who was sharp, full of energy and far from boring. He’s been in Vogue, Dolce & Gabbana spreads, Marlboro ad campaigns and endless editorials. Mason […]

by Natasha Gan· · Arts & Life, Fashion
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