By Kelsey De Melo Eddy Song, the founder of Inlighten, poses next to his models wearing his designs. (Kelsey De Melo/Ryersonian) When Seevana Hawari took a trip to the Middle…
Sitting side-by-side in a tiny soundproof glass meeting room, Eva Parrell and Chelsea Mazur, two fashion entrepreneurs at Ryerson’s Fashion Zone, discuss the various issues they have come across during their journey. The Fashion Zone, located in the basement of the Cineplex building beside Yonge-Dundas Square, is home to 34 fashion startups, all of which have unique and distinct products that often advocate for sustainability.
Caryl Santos doesn’t normally attend school events but while walking past the Student Learning Centre with her friend Rhea Salinas on Thursday, the two were lured to the Student Learning…
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A startup from Ryerson’s Fashion Zone is combining fashion and technology to start a social movement and is using Kickstarter to do it. Gimme360 is a clothing company that donates…
Putting Toronto on the fashion map may happen a lot sooner than later, thanks to a new $1-million investment at Ryerson University by Joe Fresh. The Canadian fashion brand announced…