We have amazing Fashion Summer Camps!
Our Camps are designed for young Fashion Designers to learn the skills of Sewing, Fashion Sketching and Textiles manipulation. The young Fashion Designers will create their own designs with the guidance or our highly trained staff. They will also create fun and exciting projects that they will keep and be able to wear for the world to see!
*New this year* We are giving the opportunity to our young Fashion Designers to present their hand made creations at our Grande Premiere Fashion Show in the fall! There will be a special segment of the show dedicated to our young Fashion Designers! How exciting!
Our camps offer basic skills in fashion design. Youths will enjoy designing and constructing simple projects.
Sketching: The young designers will learn the skills to draw a fashion figure as well as clothes and accessories.
Sewing: The young designer will learn the skills to be able to sew any simple to intermediate pattern.
Textiles: The young designer will have fun doing projects using artificial and natural dye, embroidery, fabric painting and much more!
All of the projects are tailored so that each young designer goes home with a one of a kind piece made from their talented hands.
*Cost for the camp includes all supplies*
The camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Drop off is at 8:30am and pickup is at 5:00pm.
Young Dior – July 6 to 10, 2020 – $350
Young YSL – July 13 to 17, 2020 – $350
Young Chanel – August 10 to 14, 2020 – $350
Dior – July 6 to July 17, 2020 – $625
YSL – July 20 to July 31, 2020 – $625
Chanel Advanced*– August 3 to 14, 2020- $625.
*The Chanel Advanced camp is designed for youth that are already comfortable with Sewing, Textiles and Fashion Sketching or have already attended the regular camp. They will learn more advanced skills through exciting new projects and create new designs!
Veronique Boileau and Stephanie Ross visited with CTV Morning Live to discuss the Richard Robinson Academy of Fashion Design summer camp (part 1).
Veronique Boileau and Stephanie Ross visited with CTV Morning Live to discuss the Richard Robinson Academy of Fashion Design summer camp (part 2).