Parties for fashionistas!
7 – 14 year olds
we do love a fashion party
Our fashion parties are always very popular and lots of fun. We’ve designed them so every child can enjoy themselves regardless of their ability and experience.
We have a selection of parties to suit every child and a great team of vibrant talented tutors to host!
Design and create fashion
Sew your own designs
Style photo shoots
Modelling – mini catwalk show!
Make dolly dresses
Customize an accessory
Drape gorgeous dresses
£20 per child per hour
We can accommodate a minimum of 8 children and a maximum of 13 children
The Fashion School, 69 North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD
Book here or give us a call on 01273 911784
Fashion Party Examples:
7 – 11 year olds
Experience what it’s like to be a designer and model in this fashion party. The children can experience creating fashion without sewing. They can design a ball gown on paper and then create a temporary ball gown by pinning on one of our mannequin stands using our sumptuous fabrics. We will then have a group presentation where each design team discuss their work and receive positive feedback from tutors and friends. We also give the children a modelling experience, where we act out a catwalk scenario; children can learn the tricks of being a top model; posing to show off their fab party outfits!
This is a really great party for those who don’t know how to sew but want to experience fashion
Make an accessory
8 – 12 year olds
Make a fabulous accessory! In this party children will be inducted onto our sewing machines, then given a piece of plain denim to turn into a totally unique tote bag. We have lots of fabrics and embellishments for them to chose from and get inspired by!
This party is best suited to a group who have sewn before or have an interest in sewing
Make an outfit for your fashion doll
6+ year olds
Perfect for our younger fashionistas! Design and create a fantastic new outfit for a favourite doll! This party involves making Barbie doll sized clothes. We have lots of choices including jeans, skirts and dresses with abundant embellishments for them to customise with. They may use a combination of hand and machine sewing as well as gluing depending on their age and ability.
This party is perfect for those who want to create something without any sewing know-how, although some sewing capability will enhance their experience.
Can’t find what you are looking for?
We may be able to arrange something bespoke for you, just ask!
Want to bring food?
This must be provided by you. You will be responsible for clearing up any rubbish and disposing of it yourself. We recommend around 20-30 mins for food, this time must either cut into the 2 hour party time or you can pay an additional £15 for 30 mins which includes time to stay at the end of the party.
You are more than welcome to bring your own cake – we don’t supply this ourselves. Candles are okay if pre-agreed, although ‘sparkler’ style candles are not permitted (fire hazard!). The time for cake must be taken in the 2 hour party slot, allocated ‘food time’, or can be paid for at an additional £15 for 30 mins
Parents/guardians are not needed to attend the party; we usually find the children respond better creatively when parents aren’t around. However, if you are having food here, you are responsible for setting this up and being present when the children are eating. Our tutors do a wonderful job but they can’t be expected to host a party and set up food
You must leave promptly at the pre-agreed time as staff are paid an hourly rate. This means if you are late leaving the premises our wonderful tutors are not being paid during that time. We’re sure you agree this is unfair, so we charge a fee of £20 if you are more than 5 mins late.
When you book a party with us, the main parent/guardian booking will be asked if we have permission to take photos and post them on our website and social media online. It’s important to note that this is granting permission for the entire group attending the party. It is the responsibility of the main parent/guardian booking to discuss this with the other parents/guardians involved and gain their consent.