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Wildlife Sustainability Fashion Show

Dubbed Toronto's first sustainability fashion show, this event shows off fashion for and by the environmentally aware.

Completely organized by Ryerson students, the Toronto Wildlife Sustainability Fashion Show debuted Thursday night and features student designs both on stage and behind it. While Fashion majors filled the runway with their ingenious (and organic) work, Interior Design students provided an original set created completely with recycled materials -- including a huge water-bottle-laden chandelier which is a sight to see!

Tonight's gala is the 2nd and final show. Tickets are $10. Hors d'oeuvres & cash bar will keep you entertained until the show starts (around 7:30/8pm).

Ryerson Student Campus Ctr (55 Gould St. Get off the train at Dundas Stn, walk up 1 block to Sam's and voila, Gould St.)


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