Seeing Red: How Four Designers Took on the Made for All Design Challenge

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Four fellows of The Suzanne Rogers Fashion Institute (SRFI) at Toronto’s Ryerson University take inspiration from Maybelline New York’s Made for All lipstick in “Red for Me” for the Made for All Design Challenge. The post Seeing Red: How Four Designers Took on the Made for All Design Challenge appeared first onFASHION Magazine .

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