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Start your fashion career today by immersing yourself in the world of fashion with our summer youth fashion camp! During this week-long camp, receive the chance to network with some of the world’s most influential fashion leaders. Learn how the industry’s top insiders began their careers and what they wish they knew when they first started working in the industry. Students will also receive firsthand advice from mentors whose clients have been featured in magazines like Elle and lnStyle and television programs such as Oprah and Good Morning America.


The Cut’s summer teen fashion camp focuses on Design, Draping, Sewing, and Illustration. Throughout the week, students speak with industry experts about the different careers available in the industry as well as explore fashion design, media, marketing, merchandising, and even fashion tech. Additionally, students receive the opportunity to visit the city’s most exclusive showrooms and work on a real-world fashion project!

Students will:

  • make mood boards

  • learn how to fashion illustrate using pencil and water colour.

  • take their ideas and turn them into garments from our patterns

  • learn to drape and sew

  • make 1-3 items of clothing and/or accessories.

For a detailed camp curriculum, please view the day-by-day schedule.

At the end of the week, each student will present the item they made in a fashion show for friends and family.

Create your own brand, meet industry insiders, and learn all about the exciting careers in the world of fashion with our summer teen fashion camp—register today!

Camp Details

Dates (choose your preferred week)

  • Monday, July 8th 2019- Friday, July 12th 2019 - SOLD OUT

  • Monday, July 15th 2019- Friday July 19th 2019 - SOLD OUT

  • Monday, July 22nd 2019-Friday July 26th 2019 - SOLD OUT

  • Monday, July 29th 2019 - Friday August 2nd 2019 - 1 SPOT LEFT

Length: 5 days (1 Week)

Hours: 10AM-4PM

Camp Capacity: 8 to 10 students only

Age Range: 8-16 years of age

Price: $650.00 + GST

Students must bring their own lunch; however, price includes a pre-graduation ceremony lunch at Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company (Thursday).

This program does not require approval by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training. As such, the registrar did not review this program.


Mentor: Liza Deyrmenjian
Overseas the Camp and Curriculum 

Liza D. has helped hundreds of fashion and lifestyle entrepreneurs build million dollar businesses, many of which have been featured in major publications and on national television shows such as Oprah and Good Morning America. Liza knows how to get things done and make things happen.

Daniela Franken Dominguez

Daniela Franken has a background in photography and graphic design. She worked in event organization and public relations before moving to Vancouver. She has completed a Fashion Design diploma at LaSalle College. Her first collection, showcased at Vancouver Fashion Week FW18, was inspired by the environmental impact of fast fashion. Daniela’s love for lingerie and streetwear, fresh textile manipulations, and constant research go hand in hand with her ambition to create something modern.  She believes in an ethical, environmentally responsible supply chain that improves the working conditions in the fashion industry.  Currently, she is doing a Marketing Communications certificate at BCIT. Daniela dreams of owning a sustainable lingerie brand, as well as pursuing opportunities as a stylist and fashion marketer.