Fashionista

This club series is super fun for future fashion designers. Everything from making clothes, to choosing cloths and colors. this is very hands on and will get the kids working on their own projects. There will be a virtual fashion show at the end!

In this camp you will

  • Choose cloths and colors.
  • Draw out your own designs.
  • Learn how to create your own designs through sowing and cutting techniques. 
  • Make tye dye shirts and pants. 
  • Create masks. 
  • Participate in the camp’s virtual fashion show with your own designs.

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What makes clubba camps special

Our camps are fun and interactive. They are led by counselors who actually have a passion for and a skillset in the camp theme. We focus on creative camp themes and relatable, energetic counselors. The team behind clubba camps founded virtual after school clubs, and is now offering virtual summer camps.

We keep our camp group size intentionally small with groups of 5 kids in each camp. We have creative activities in each session. Daily post-session follow up emails from your kid’s camp counselor letting you know what happened in the session and 3 questions to ask your kid so you can be impressed by what they created and by what they learned.

Meet the counselors

Mary Cayten Brakefield

Savannah College of Art and Design

My name is Mary Cayten Brakefield and I am getting a Masters in Fashion at the Savannah College of Art and Design! Before SCAD, I was pursuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee. I was also a student athlete and competed on the swim team. I am incredibly passionate about fashion and plan to launch an inclusive, universally designed label after graduating. I believe that clothing is a powerful tool for self expression and should be accessible to everyone regardless of who they are or what their background is.

Nwamaka Ijeh

Emory university

Hello, my name is Nwamaka Ijeh, but I prefer to be called Amaka. I am a neuroscience major at Emory. My hobbies include reading, sewing, and writing movie critiques. I also love volunteering at local school where I help tutor children in English and mathematics. I look forward to teaching and learning new things.

How to participate

A few weeks before your camp’s start date, you will receive a zoom link, an intro to your camp counselor, and your supply list via an amazon link to make it easy to buy.

Each session is 2 hours and we emphasize no parent involvement during the session. This means we keep your kid creating and doing activities while you get your work done.

You’ll receive your receipt with clubba’s EIN so you can keep those for tax credit/company reimbursement.
A member of our team will email you closer to your camp’s start date with plenty of info.