Basketball, dance, football, baseball, and cheerleading all ring familiar bells when deciding how your child will be spending their summer. What about fashion?
Stray from the status quo this summer and register to send your child to Omaha Fashion Week and Develop Model Management’s fashion camp!
The annual camp is designed to give students in the metro area an extraordinary experience learning about fashion and design. Campers will be learning about all aspects of the fashion industry- from sketching, photography, and modeling, to creating their very own garment or accessory. Furthermore, campers will present their designs and creations in a runway show at the end of the week for parents!
2016 Fashion Camp will be held June 6 - 10 at Omaha South High School (4519 S 24th St, Omaha, NE 68107). Price includes all materials for the week; meals and snacks are NOT included.
Check out some coverage of previous camps!
Session I/Kids Camp: $225
June 6 - 10
8 am - noon (6-10 y/o)
KIDS (6-10 y/o) FASHION CAMP SCHEDULE
Day 1: Project introduction: Design basics
Day 2: Project introduction: How to make a bag
Day 3: Project introduction: How to decorate your bag and jewelry accompaniment
Day 4: Topic and Group Discussion: How to model
Day 5: Pick out matching garment from Goodwill. All-group fashion show and photo shoot.
Session II/Preteen+Teen Camp: $225
June 6 - 10
1 pm - 5 pm (11-17 y/o)
PRETEEN/TEEN (11-17 y/o) FASHION CAMP SCHEDULE
Day 1: Topic and Group Discussion: Your personal style and creating a brand
Day 2: Topic and Group Discussion: Mood boards
Day 3: Topic and Group Discussion: Fashion industry jobs
Day 4: Topic and Group Discussion: How to produce a fashion show, what goes into planning
Day 5: All-group panel discussion with OFW producers Nick and Brook Hudson, along with mood board presentation, fashion show, and photo shoot.
PLEASE NOTE – An Advanced Program for 11-17 y/o campers will be available if they participated in the 2015 summer fashion camp or if they have advanced skill levels. This curriculum will include instruction by expert fashion designers and sewing instructors. At the culmination of the camp, six campers will be chosen to showcase their designs at Omaha Fashion Week in August to show on platforms before the runway show starts. If you would like more information regarding the qualifications for entering the Advanced Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Advanced Camp and someone will respond with additional information.