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for maybe, a week?
bored. And you will wish that you can go
to school and have your allowance.
make a mark, follow your passion and define what you would want to be when you
grow up, why don’t you attend a Summer Workshop?
teaming up with SOFA Design Institute for a summer project for teens with the “goal
of being instrumental to helping teens define the career paths they would like
FOR TEENS WORKSHOP featuring 4
Capsules: RETAIL, MARKETING, DESIGN AND
MEDIA. Each capsule will last 5 days. The student can opt to choose just one
capsule, but to really discover her vibe, it is advisable that all the four
capsules should be taken. Each capsule will include an immersion trip to
prestigious fashion companies.
overview of what it means to be a designer and the different fields one may
take, like for instance RTW (Ready to Wear) or MTO (Made to Order). The design process, collection building,
customer relations as well as managing an atelier. A one-day field trip where students get to
visit other designers to hear their views and stories about their career is
also included on the capsule.
understand how a retail brand works from store operations, sales,
merchandising, customer service, client development and visual
merchandising. They will have a one-day
field trip where they will be able to visit retail brands and understand how
the operations run with differences especially in local and international
brands. It will include an immersion
into the world of Luis Vuitton Philippines.
to be in fashion marketing. They will go over different areas of marketing such
as advertising, public relations, press relations, promotions, branding and
brand activities. Students will have a
1-day exposure activity to visit a fashion marketing firm to hear and witness
how the company runs. Retail giant
Folded and Hung has willingly opened its doors to students for this capsule.
a media agency tackles concept building and story writing. An overview of the production process will
also be discussed. Students will
experience first- hand the life of a fashion editor as CHALK Magazine opens its
March 31 – May 2/Monday to Friday/1 PM to 4 PM (9 AM to 12 Noon for the
Media Capsule only
will also be a FASHION DESIGN FOR TEENS WORKSHOP
workshop is a 3-session introduction to fashion illustration and design and 16 sessions where the students will learn how to measure,
operate the sewing machine and create basic pieces which they can add finishing
and trimmings to.
April 7 – May 2/Monday to Friday/ 1 PM to 4 PM
DESIGN FOR KIDS (8 -12 years old)
workshop is designed for kids ages 8 – 12.
Each activity is independent so students can decide which project they
would like to join. Activities range
from learning how to draw basic fashion illustrations, a brief introduction to
different fabrics, accessory making, reworking old clothes, making a summer
no-sew wrap around, etc.
April 1 to May 27/Tuesday &
Thursday/ 10 AM to 12 NN
P5,500.00 for 5 sessions /P10,000.00 for 10 sessions/ P14,500.00 for 15 sessions/P1,200.00
for 1 session
ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR KIDS (4 TO 7 YEARS OLD)
workshop for kids ages 4-7 is designed to inspire creativity. We want kids to get the feel of creating with
their hands and familiarizing themselves with different medium and
materials. They will be making felt
bracelets, princess crowns, a felt envelope clutch, an eco bag, etc.
April 1 – 27 / Tuesday & Thursday/ 1 PM to 2 PM
P3,000.00 for 5 sessions/P5,500.00 for 10 sessions/P8,000.00 for 15 sessions/P750.00
for one session.
WORKSHOPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS
Styling with Marina Benipayo
course covers establishing a students’ fashion philosophy, identifying body
types and discussing theories and facts associated with fashion styling. Mood board creation as part of visual
communication, to implementation of projects will also be vital parts to
sharpen the students’ skills in styling.
There will be familiarization trips include mannequin styling and
styling according to specific markets.
Specialists in Fashion styling, brand marketing and TV/movie styling are
also invited to broaden the students’ perspective of the industry. Course finals include creation of a magazine
editorial, which most practicing fashion stylists specialize in.
Design and Production
basic course that covers bag history, design aesthetics and prototyping. Students will learn to construct a mock-up,
do patterns and assemble an actual sample.
Out-of-class exposure trips are also part of the course.
April 5 to May 31/ Saturdays/4 PM to 7 PM
this 8-session workshop, students will be immersed in one of the newest avenues
for fashion promotion. From concept creation, to execution with topics on camera
techniques and basic editing, students will be able to create their own fashion
video output. A basic knowledge of how
to work a DSLR is an advantage.
May 7 to June 25/Wednesdays/5 PM to 8PM
and Constructing Clothes
will learn the process of making clothes from the design until the final
touches. First is mood board creation
that will inspire them to come up with a collection. Next, they will touch a little on fashion
illustration. They will also learn how
to measure and translate these numbers into their own basic pattern
blocks. They will be making a circular
skirt and a shift dress.
April 5 – June 7/Saturdays/9 AM to 1 PM
8-week course explores the field of packaging design into a wider context and will be exposed to materials, techniques and
functional and experimental regulation of the industry such as safety codes and
international standards and aesthetic presentation to address the function,
efficiency and comfort of the space. Students will be able to develop skills in
utilizing complete design schemes in the use of residential, commercial and
institutional interior spaces.
May 8-June 26/Thursday/6:00-9:00 PM/Fee:P10,000.00
8-week course which puts emphasis on furnishings, materials and course will
cover a detailed understanding of the application and effect of color and design
schemes in the use of residential, commercial and institutional interior
April 4 – May 30/Friday/5:00 – 8:00 PM
FOR INQUIRIES, CALL 4784611/4784622 LOCAL 115/117 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org