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Through the support of our generous donors, supporters and friends, and our faculty and staff, students are re-designing the fashion system and building the emerging field of fashion studies. Because of their support our students are able to contribute to the future of fashion to be be even more creative, inclusive and sustainable than we can possibly imagine.

We’d also like to thank Holt Renfrew, our long-time partner and host of the annual Awards Night at the School of Fashion.

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Megan Skyvington
Associate Director of Development | FCAD
University Advancement | Ryerson University
mskyvington@ryerson.ca

416-979-5000 ext. 3719

Donor Impact

The Suzanne Rogers Fashion Institute

The Edward and Suzanne Rogers Foundation donated $1 million to the School of Fashion to support emerging Canadian fashion designers nationally and internationally. 

Suzanne Rogers featured on the March 2019 issue of Vogue Arabia

The March 2019 issue of Vogue Arabia features Suzanne Rogers honorary patron of The Suzanne Rogers Fashion Institute in the School of Fashion. The article covers Rogers’ support of Canadian talent. Rogers quoted in the article, “I knew I needed to do something to support fashion at home.”

Wearable Technology by Kasie Lung

Karina Wong sketches of her innovative design of hand bags

Hand Bags by Karina Wong

David & Anna Bulmash Awards for Innovation

The David & Anna Bulmash Awards for Innovation provide two School of Fashion students with $3,000 each to take their project from ideation to the prototyping stage and promote the greatest degree of innovative thought.

2019 Award Recipients:
Kasie Lung and Karina Wong

McGregor Product Development Competition

Presented to third-year Fashion Communication students based on their research, development, design, and marketing of a coordinated grouping of fashion products.

2018 First Place Recipients:
Majla Stevenson, Sadie Snip, Savannah Sauriol, and Amy Ryan

McGregor PEAK, a sock line designed for Canadian winter sports. Using Merino Wool and Bamboo, PEAK socks offer the functionality and durability expected of the McGregor brand, while staying from their market counterparts through efforts in sustainability and design. Three lines were created for McGregor PEAK: Find Adventure, Slopestyle, and True North – all pulling inspiration from the culture of Canadian winter sports. This project won first place deliberated by McGregor executives.