Fashion Design provides professional, in-depth training which includes hand and machine sewing, pattern making, draping, textiles, accessories, fashion illustration, fashion history, fashion photography, and conceptual design.
Students’ designs are modeled in the Winter and Spring Fashions shows, which are highlights of the year at Idyllwild Arts Academy.
In addition to designing for the twice yearly fashion shows, Upper level Fashion students are expected to develop their own interdisciplinary project. Fashion students are encouraged to collaborate with other departments, for example in designing and fabricating costumes for the Dance department, or to develop an extended conceptual collection for their Senior year Spring Fashion show.
Your examples of artwork must include:
- Creative personal artwork in any artform, although Visual Art is preferred.
- Three to five design sketches.
- At least one original design. This could be a garment you have made or something you have designed that someone else made for you. Examples could include street wear and/or any design of yours that has ever been on stage: costuming, fashion, school mascot, something for an event, etc.
For Specific questions regarding the Fashion Design admission process contact:
Kelly Wills at 951.659.2171 x2341 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Idyllwild Arts Academy Contest Guidelines
The Winter Contest deadline is January 10, 2019
To enter the contest, please submit your work below:
1st place winner – Boarding = $25,000
1st place winner – Day = $10,000
2nd place winner – Boarding = $15,000
2nd place winner – Day = $5,000
High fashion multi-use convertible clothing inspired by the rustic surroundings of Idyllwild.
Once finalists are chosen, they will be asked to apply to Idyllwild Arts Academy. Upon acceptance, winners will receive awards specified above. Additional need-based aid may be provided. All finalists will be considered for admission and need-based aid.
- Open to high school students going into grades 9-12.
- reate multi-use clothing that can be converted from a garment into a tent, backpack, sleeping bag or other camping accessory. Submit sketch and/or photos, plus a paragraph explaining how garment works, how it’s made, and what materials were used.
Winners will be chosen by Idyllwild Arts Academy faculty. If no works meet the judges’ criteria, Idyllwild Arts Academy reserves the right to select no winner and offer no scholarship.