Fashionpreneur Program

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About

The Fashion Atelier and Dana Keaton want to provide students interested in the areas of fashion, design, beauty and art with learning opportunities that enhance critical thinking with a wide variety of creative experiences. Partnerships with industry leaders help to foster meaningful curricula. 


THIS PROGRAM IS S.T.E.A.M. BASED!!!


This ongoing after school program is for middle and high school students (ages 11-17). Students will learn about the wonderful world of fashion while also learning how to construct, sew and illustrate fashion. This is also a college prep program which also teaches students the business side of fashion.


Program starts Monday, February 4th. Class time is 4:00pm-7:00pm Monday-Thursday


LAST DAY TO REGISTER IS JANUARY 14TH


The program runs until June and pick up again in September. Summer Camps start in June. 

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Programs Focus

  • Maximize the creative and technical potential in each student
  • stimulate analytical and independent thinking
  • prepare students for college/university expectations in fashion, design, beauty and art
  • expand student awareness of professional fashion business opportunities
  • Prepare students for entry and advancement in fashion, art, business and design

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What Students Will Learn:

  • Sewing Machine & Serger Operation
  • Clothing Construction
  • Fashion Illustration
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Textiles: Fibers & Fabrics
  • Product Development
  • Accessory Design
  • The Business of Fashion
  • Presentation and Vision Boards
  • Marketing & Promotion
  • Modeling & Runway Techniques
  • Social Media Graces and Promotion
  • Business Ethics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • and much more...

Class Schedules

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Tuition

There is a monthly fee of $150 per student. Tuition is due on or before the 1st day of every Month.


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**LAST DAY TO REGISTER IS JANUARY 14TH**

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Student Show "Fashion In Detroit"

Students in this grant based fashion program was a combination of Henry Ford Academy (Detroit) and Frankel Jewish Academy. They created garments out of interior car fabric! They were invited to showcase their garments in Detroit's most prestigious annual fashion show.