Diversity, Inclusivity & Wearable Art: The Standout Looks of Mass Exodus 2018

By: Naomi Brearley

Photos: Alicia Churilla, Emmett Charuk

This past week, as it happens every year, throngs of onlookers, fashion fanatics and prideful parents flocked to Daniels Spectrum in Regent Park to celebrate the work of graduating Fashion Communications and Fashion Design students. What marks the culmination of four years of blood sweat and tears, is a fashion event like no other – […]

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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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This past weekend marked the official public opening of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario—the only Canadian gallery in this exhibit’s run. Known for her exploration of sexuality and family through her iconic gourds, phalluses, and polka-dots, the Japanese artist carries with her all the trauma of her childhood breathing […]

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Ryerson INTRO to Fashion Show Celebrates First Year Designers

By: Mahtab Abghari

Photos: Marly Bromstein

The Sears Atrium was very much packed this past Saturday evening as attendees patiently waited for the INTRO Fashion Show to begin. This show, as it does every year without fault, consisted of designs from a select group of first year fashion design students showcasing their daywear dress collections. The daywear dress is a hallowed […]

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Fashion trends have always been a visual history of social and political changes. We can see this in women’s fashion in the 1920s and 1960s, allowing for designs that helped women to feel liberated. In the 1980s men’s fashion borrowed from women’s designs highlighting the rise of a new version of the Alpha Male. Right […]

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Another great one is in the books for Canadian fashion brand HendrixRoe. In the brand’s second Toronto Women’s Fashion Week (TWFW) show, designer Jordan Erin McKay, aka Jem, brought more rock and roll flare to the runway with some 70s vibes thrown in for good measure. The brand has grown in popularity over the last […]

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Last week, on Saturday night I sat inside Trinity St. Paul’s Church and listened to words as sweet as honey drip from Rupi Kaur’s lips. Saturday night’s reading was one stop on her 2017 North American tour to promote her latest book, the sun and her flowers, and for 120 minutes the audience witnessed what […]

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Toronto Has Some *Really* Stylish People

By: STYLECIRCLE

Photos: Marly Bromstein and Daniel Bosco

With the advent of Toronto Fashion Month officially kicked off, it is no surprise that fashion’s finest players would be sporting their fanciest frocks in hopes of getting photographed.  This year, they did not disappoint. Amid many other things that Canadians are often overlooked for, one thing certain: Canadians are hella stylish.  While we were […]

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Glossier Has Popped-Up in Toronto!!!

By: Yasmin Momeni

Photos: Yasmin Momeni

It is safe to assume that by now the entire millennial population has heard of Glossier, the minimalist beauty and skincare company that has taken the Instagram world by storm. On the off chance that this is new information and the name Glossier has never passed your lips – or your screen – then consider […]

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Toronto Fashion Week in Yorkville Village ended a fashion filled Day Two with a spicy opening night party for the brand new Dali X Yorkville Village exhibition. The special exhibit showcases a selection of Salvador Dali’s prints and sculptures as well as garments inspired by his work. First Three The first three looks were totally […]

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