Fashioning Reconciliation 3 – FDSC
The Centre for Fashion Diversity & Social Change (FDSC) at Ryerson University draws on creative fashion mediums to collect, extend, analyze and share research to fuel diversity & social change.
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Fashioning Reconciliation 3

Fashioning Reconciliation 3

Greetings!
You’re invited to attend Fashioning Reconciliation, the third annual event hosted by the Centre for Fashion Diversity & Social Change, taking place in ENG 103 at Ryerson University next Tuesday, January 29th from 6-9pm.
Fashioning Reconciliation 3 will bring together a circle of emerging Indigenous designers to discuss the future of Indigenous fashion: Justine Woods (Métis menswear designer), Warren Steven Scott (Nlaka’pamux Nation fashion designer), Angela DeMontigny (Cree-Métis fashion designer and Designer-in-Residence in the School of Fashion). The panel will be moderated by Christian Allaire, Ojibway writer and editor in New York City, and Riley Kucheran.
The attend is open to all! See poster for more details, and email fashionsocialchange@ryerson.ca with any questions.