3 WEEKS. 3 unique CAMPS

JULY 11 - 29 / 9AM - 3PM

Designer Camp 101:  July 11th - 15th / 9am - 3pm

Designer Camp 101 focuses on the principles of art and elements of design. Students further explore the design industry in creative areas of art, fashion, interior design, styling, photography, merchandising, visual arts, 3D design, jewelry design, branding and more.

Line-up: Ariana Rugs, Au Fudge, Design Within Reach, Christopher Guy, Art Angels, Leica Store, Allie Pohl, Weekday Studio


Fashion & Styling Camp: July 18th - 22nd / 9am - 3pm

This week long intensive camp allows students to dive deeper into the fashion industry focusing on design, draping, product development, patternmaking, styling, merchandising, trend forecasting, fashion history, beauty merchandising and branding.

Line-up: Au Fudge, Darling Magazine, Estevan Ramos, Daniel Musto, Leica Store,  Pliable Pattern, Gretchen Dawley, MAC Cosmetics, DNM Bar DSTLD, Seize our Vingt, Darren Gold


Interior & Visual Arts Camp: July 25th - 29th / 9am - 3pm       

This week long intensive camp allows students to dive deeper into the fields of interior design exploring areas such as textile design, furniture design, entertainment set design, interior staging, product photography, prop styling, blogging for design and visual arts.

Line-up: Anne Sage with City Sage, Au Fudge, Amber Day with Designxiety, Homee App, LA Socials, Leica Store, Mariana Cronenbold with Meridith Baer, Pacific Design Center, Robert Kuo, Restoration Hardware, Thomas Lavin

Any of the week sessions can be combined or taken individually. Discounts are offered to students who register for more than 1 week of camp. Space is limited.

Morning studio hours will be devoted to our weekly design challenge followed by design talks, hands-on workshops, tours of designer showrooms, galleries, restaurants & stores in the West Hollywood Design District. 

Our weekly design challenges allow students to practice their new design techniques and implement design inspiration gathered over the week. Students will have the option to work on the challenges alone or with a partner. At the end of each week, students will present their design challenge during a final presentation, followed by a celebration lunch that parents are invited to attend. 

What makes Designer Camp unique?

  • We are a specialty camp that can only accommodate a limited number of students in order to keep the experience personal, hands-on and unique 

  • Camp curriculum is taught by industry professionals

  • Designer Camp is centered around the mission to expand students minds to the variety of design possibilities and careers available that are not commonly taught within today's traditional education

  • Each camper is partnered with a design mentor (current college design student)

  • The students will develop their creativity, ability to analyze the arts, and develop meaningful relationships - both with peers and professionals within the design community