On Jan. 6, Natasha McKenna discovered large white garbage bags full of brand new baby clothes, all tossed away outside Toronto’s Dufferin Mall.
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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…
In an oversaturated market where nine out of 10 business start-ups fail, persistence is key, says Hannah Yakobi, editor-in-chief and creator of FAJO Magazine. Yakobi shared this and other pro…
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A Toronto-based fashion startup, Parker & Pine, is catering to plus-sized men by providing them with high quality and properly fitted clothing. “Parker & Pine is a brand that proves…
By Nicole Gabourie Ryersonian reporter Nicole Gabourie profiles three growing companies from Ryerson’s Fashion Zone, the startup incubator that supports and accelerates fashion-focused business ventures. Urban Native Magazine Website: www.urbannativemag.com…