A little collection of moments from MASS EXODUS, in motion. A look back at some captured candids from exhibit to runway. Enjoy.                                  

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June is Pride month and that means celebrating, talking about, and sharing everything and anything that relates to the LGBTQ+ community, its members and supporters. This year RYEPRIDE, the Ryerson Trans Collective and the Ryerson Students Union (RSU) are hosting many events throughout the next week that students and community members can attend. These events […]

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Fashion Profile: Nicola Place

By: Victoria Zander

What is the first thing you think of when you picture seaweed? For fourth year Ryerson fashion design student Nicola Place, a trip to Montreal’s bio-dome aquarium inspired her final project – a collection of dancewear pieces influenced by the graceful, calming movement of seaweed. This collection – entitled Kinsphere – is inspired by the […]

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I recently read an article about the pressure fashion students face as someone who is studying in a “non-traditional” field as some would say. And although I have only completed 1/8 semesters, I can already relate. Before my first year of university started, many of my friends’ parents would ask what I was going to […]

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Interviewed, written & creative direction by Naomi Brearley   There is something to be said for the effective multi-taskers in the world. They juggle, they balance, they sacrifice. They often take on more than they can handle because for them living life to the fullest is about trying everything possible (at least once). Admirable isn’t […]

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Joanna and Hannah’s Fashion School 101: Must Knows for the School of Fashion! Looking back on my first year in the Ryerson Fashion program, I couldn’t be prouder; a feeling I’m sure you will all experience after your first year too. Although I came into this program pretty naive, I still managed to make it out […]

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Fashion books bring two things to mind: thick, richly printed paper bursting with colour and the often hefty price that goes along with it. The stunning photography, illustrations and biographies of fashion houses past and present provide inspiration and often expertise for the bourgeoning fashion student, but spending upwards of $80.00 on these books is […]

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The largest run student fashion show is a rather hefty title to acclaim to but year after year, Mass Exodus, run by the Ryerson School of Fashion exceeds expectations with a marvellous array of breathtaking student creations that manifest on the runway. So if you’re a newbie to all things Mass Ex, here’s your breakdown: […]

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A project that had you on a shopping binge at the dollar store and playing around with glue like never before, lo and behold, the pastel collage, in the flesh (excuse the pun.) Assigned early in February, the pastel collage aims to teach students to manipulate different shades of chalk pastels to render accurate flesh […]

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