Now that Worn Fashion Journal has ceased publication, can fashion magazines continue to analyze the industry?
As a studio arts, fibres and material practices student at Montreal’s Concordia University and having worked in the fashion industry, Serah-Marie McMahon wasn’t able to find the insightful fashion writing she craved as a reader. While skimming through newsstands, she found nothing she could relate to in traditional fashion magazines. So she created Worn Fashion […]
Here is a sneak peek at one story from our Spring 2015 issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism magazine.
The RRJ sat down with Emma Prestwich from the Huffingtonpost.com to hear her most bizarre moment in her career. This is one you don’t want to miss—it includes a human head!
Kevin Donovan, investigative reporter at the Toronto Star, tells us about his most memorable moment as a journalist.