Fashion: Recycled and Reimagined
year old learners
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Renews on the 1st of the month
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Holly Jane Feraldi
HOODIE TO MINI
Fashion: Recycled and Reimagined is a community of learners that come together on Outschool to share what they’re learning, ask questions, participate in challenges, and get feedback on their projects
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This is the space for sharing your fashion design creativity and sustainability sensibilities! Once a month, I will offer the group a fashion challenge. The challenges are meant to inspire students to think about how they can re-invent and salvage what already exists. By the end of the month, a student might want to feature and share a collection or a sewn garment they designed and created, though it is not required. They may just want to share sketches and ideas. Examples of...
Students will cultivate an intuitive sense for how to salvage, recycle, and repurpose garments and fabrics. They will also learn about fabrics, construction details, how to sketch garment flats, and other fashion concepts.
I am a FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) graduate and a former design assistant for Roxy Swim, Quiksilver. I developed my own DIY recycled apparel project called Recycled Rainbows and earned my first publication as a result, called "Rainbow Patchwork Dresses" in "Green Craft" magazine.
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Holly Jane FeraldiEmpowering education
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29 completed classes
I teach kids yoga, art, and design classes, as well as phonics utilizing storytelling and real life experience. Learning is a playground for innovation and critical thinking and I encourage students to harness this while embracing kindness and...