Summer High Fashion Arts Program


LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Building Confidence and Sense of Accomplishment through Designing and Making clothes to fit yourself.
  • Couture fashion sketch, luxury design, fine art drawing, couture and machine sewing, made-to-measure couture pattern drafting
  • Make your own elegant clothes that fit you beautifully
  • Develop portfolio items distinguishing leadership and luxury style
  • Privilege of being a Teen Couture Club Member

SCHEDULE

Summer 2019 

Monday, Wednesday and  Friday 10:30 am to 3:30 pm (with 1 hour lunch break). 

Session A:         June 10 – June 21

Session B:         July 8 – July 19

Session C:         July 22 – August 2

Session D:         August 5 – August 16

Winter 2019 

Monday, Wednesday and  Friday 10:30 am to 3:30 pm (with 1 hour lunch break).

Session:        December 9 – December 20

This two-week design preparatory day program is for those 11 to 18 interested in fashion and looking to build their skill and confidence in design. Students with limited art training are invited to apply.

The items developed in the camp are professional and create portfolio items supporting academic and art design portfolios for college admissions.

Combined with the life experiences of our instructors, the High Fashion Arts Program introduces a real-world vision of careers in the fashion industry from couture to ready-to-wear.

ADMISSIONS

Call (310) 360 8888, email info@bhdi.edu, or APPLY NOW

TUITION AND FEES

Total Tuition and Fees:    $975 per session

Additional Cost: Tools and Supplies

Tools: $150 not including final garment materials. Tools are available to purchase the first day of class.

Supply lists are e-mailed prior to the start of the program. Not all tools can be purchased outside due to the nature of our program. Students should bring all required tools accessible on the first day of class and be prepared to finalize their tool kits with the remaining items from the College.

The College provides a discount to affiliated fabric stores for the purchase of final fabric and materials. This is provided by the instructor and should not be purchased until requested by faculty.

Forms of Payment

Payment may be made by check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Diners Club.

Make checks payable to Beverly Hills Design Institute. Be sure to write the registrant’s full name on the check or money order to ensure proper credit.

Insufficient Funds or Declined Credit Cards

Applicants whose checks are returned for insufficient funds will be charged a $50.00 penalty. The College cannot assume a student has withdrawn from the program because a check has not cleared or has been stopped; payment and penalty remain due. If sufficient payment is not made within 48 hours of notification, students whose checks have been returned may no longer attend classes. The same policy applies to students with declined credit cards.