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A Taste of Fashion Design- Sketch & Design
Priscilla Davis / Ms Priscilla
In this 4-week class, students will learn the process of creating a mood board and how to use it to design a fashion collection.
This course is best for students that have taken A Taste of Fashion Design- Get Inspired. However, it is not required. A Taste of Fashion Design- Get Inspired does provide a foundation for this camp. In this course, students will learn the process of designing a fashion collection of 3 - 4 looks/outfits. The process of designing a fashion collection is complex. As a result, please know that the first class is dedicated to learning the process. It is necessary for students to follow the...
Students will: 1. Make a mood board and use it as inspiration to sketch new fashion designs. 2. Learn how to sketch new garments. 3. Use the design process to create a fashion collection. 4. Be inspired to continue sketching fashion designs.
I've had a passion for fashion since I was a little girl! My love for teaching fashion classes began when I taught high school sewing classes. I began offering fashion design/sketching classes for my sewing school students in grades 6 -12, six years ago. I quickly learned that my younger students wanted fashion classes too! I then created a class for grades 4 and 5 and redesigned it a year later, for students in grades 2 - 4. During the pandemic, I rediscovered my love for sketching fashions and I began teaching sketching classes on the Outschool platform. Sketching fashions is fun for all ages and I love encouraging students and sharing tips and tricks that will help them improve their skills along them along the way!
The teacher will provide handouts for class activities. Students will need to have/purchase: 1. Colored pencils, markers, or crayons. A skin-tone pencil, marker, crayon is optional but very helpful. 2. 2 sharp pencils with erasers 3. Copy paper 4. Magazines if making an actual mood board. 5. Glue if making an actual mood board. 6. Poster Board if making an actual mood board. The mood board can also be a word document or presented electronically (PowerPoint or Google Slides.) 7. Scissors if cutting pictures for mood board or fabric. 8. Fabric if the student wants to create one of their designs for a doll. 9. Needle and thread for hand sewing, sewing machine or glue gun if the student wants to create one of the designs for a doll. Note: Students may need to use the internet to find color swatches and pics of items for their mood board. Pinterest is a great resource for fashion inspiration pics.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Priscilla Davis / Ms Priscilla
Hi there, As an experienced educator with 20+ years of experience, I’ve held various positions, from Home Economics teacher to school principal. And, I was the owner of a sewing studio for 5 years, prior to the pandemic. My passion for fashion,...
$75for 4 classes
1x per week, 4 weeks
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(71)
Completed by 311 learners
Live video meetings
3-9 learners per class