On the eve of March 29th Ryerson School of Fashion’s Event Planning class hosted Redux: a sustainable fashion event inspired by nostalgia and movement. The event was an ode to 80’s and 90’s streetwear and in the centre of the room was a stage, where retro dressed hip hop dancers showed off their moves to […]

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How to Decorate Your Dorm Like a Fashion Student

By: STYLECIRCLE

Photos: Bronwyn Marshall

Art Direction: Millie Yates

In honour of the weather getting colder and the semester feeling more overwhelming, we thought we would take this time to celebrate the amount of time we fashion students spend indoors. In our first ever issue of The Book, we featured four talented fashion creatives and their to-die-for work spaces. Three years later these students […]

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The fashion industry in Toronto is both a closed loop and ferociously competitive. In a world where fashion companies are sprouting up left, right and center to join the battle of the brands, making a name for yourself as a fashion business has never been more difficult, or confusing. Meet, the Fashion Zone at Ryerson […]

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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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Like many of us Jaclyn Patterson never envisioned the word “entrepreneur” would follow her name in any capacity when she was studying at Ryerson University. When we’re younger there’s a tendency to assume that our lives after college/university will consist of working for someone else. Grinding, hustling, working our buns off for someone else who […]

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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 dance-wear pieces influenced by the graceful, calming movement of seaweed. This collection – entitled Kinsphere – is inspired by the […]

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As temperatures have been fluctuating throughout the past few months, I’ve been experimenting with layers, specifically the layering of pants since that’s not something that’s usually done. We always pile on sweaters and jackets or double up on our socks, but we generally leave our legs armed with only a single layer for winter’s chills. […]

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When I first began my no-shopping challenge in October there were two stores I particularly wanted to avoid. The practices of fast fashion retailers like H&M and Zara were, in my opinion, the reason why I needed to think more consciously about my consumption. The other goal was to squash my need to have things instantly by […]

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High heels are a staple in the wardrobes of many, but living in Canada means that when winter comes ice and snow cover much of the outdoors – not a very practical surface for a towering pair of heels. If you’re looking to elevate your outfits without breaking your neck in harsh weather, look no […]

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