Fashion shows can be a lot of fun! But they can also be a lot of work. I have done a few myself with my students and each time they get better and run smoother.
This is my latest fashion show set in my fashion design studio. The glittering curtains are actually always up and behind them is "back stage" where we get ready with hair and makeup when filming videos.
I love this simple, yet fashionable setup and think it's perfect to replicate, so in my Fashion Show Girl series I will be showing how to set up a similar fashion show. This could be perfect for moms wanting to organize a fashion show for their daughter and her friends or for a sewing teacher with students wanting to show off their latest creations.
So, since I don't have this course created yet, I'll share with you a little more details. In a later post I'll try to include better photos of everything, just in case you want to recreate a fashion show set.
In this series I also want to show girls how to restyle their own fashions so they can walk down the runway in something they recreated. When I did my first fashion show my students where in a course called Denim Delights. Over a 12 week period, students each made 5 items from recycling jeans. I was planning to eventually do some courses on that too, and have many sketches and bins of fabric waiting, but my schedule it kinda booked.
For now, I have a lot of Sewing Fashionistas courses that need to be edited. Plus Little Fashion Designers, Road to the Runway and Be a Sewing Teacher to film. So I will have to let Fashion Show Girl sit until I have the time to work it in. When I have some free time I will do another post though because it would be nice to share a bit more about this progress of this project!