FASHION ZONE at Ryerson University is one of Canada's first incubators for fashion-inspired business.
Visit FASHION ZONE for more information on how to apply, startups and more.
The Centre for Fashion, Diversity & Social Change (FDSC) explores fashion's power to foster diversity, equity and inclusion, and lead social change through the creation and dissemination of alternative fashion objects and media.
Visit FDSC for more information on current projects, upcoming events, how to get involved and more.
The Fashion Research Collection (FRC) contains 3000+ garments, accessories dating back to 1820. Designer archives include: Balenciaga, Dior, Valentino, Wayne Clarke and more.
The face and brains behind the FRC, Ingrid Mida describes herself as dress detective, art historian, author, artist and curator, and says that it is fashion that weaves these roles together. Watch here to learn more about the FRC and Ingrid Mida take you behind-the scenes.
Are you interested in visiting? Visit the Ryerson Fashion Research Collection blog to make an appointment.
The Suzanne Rogers Fashion Institute (SRFI) is designed to promote, educate and invest in Fashion Design students to elevate their creative potential and national and international presense.
Visit SRFI for more information on the fellowship program.