*Term Project: Streetwear *
This term you will create a new sustainable look to add to your wardrobe! Revamping & repurposing garments from home or using a selection of dead-stock designer fabrics, you will create a look which is sustainable and on-trend. You will need to use your imagination and creativity to design and develop a look which is your own interpretation of Streetwear, from a revamp shirt-dress to a corset hoodie. This look will be the perfect edition to your Spring wardrobe.
What we provide:
Expert tuition, from practising pattern cutters, fashion designers etc. who have degrees in relevant art and fashion courses.
The use of new and fully serviced Janome 725s sewing machines, scissors, tools and threads etc.
Students can use free donated fabrics as part of our Circularity Bank, bring in their own or buy from our fabric shop.
At the end of term they will come home with:
Design sheets, sustainable fabric awareness and technical sewing samples.
A completed outfit and designed and made by them.
Certificate of completion (over 80% attendance).
Covid-19 Safety Protocol:
All tutors will wear a mask as part of our 1m + rule if 2m isn’t possible.
Your child will have their own fashion work station with all equipment, machinery, chair, table etc sanitised before each class.
If there is a lockdown that requires The Fashion School to temporarily close, the term will continue online. Please read our booking and cancellation policy at checkout.
Please note this term the weekly classes will have no half-term break. This is to enable a 12 class term so that projects can be completed. If you are unable to attend during the half-term week, you can attend a catch-up class at any point during the term.
Fabrics: Students can use free donated fabrics as part of our Circularity Bank, bring in their own or buy from our fabric shop.
If there is a lockdown that requires The Fashion School to temporarily close, the term will continue online.
Stylish Tweens Tuesdays
Course ticket - for remaining 10 dates.
Spring 2022 Term