Fashion Camp OC, founded by fashion industry veteran Erin Bianchi, has been sending waves throughout Orange County with its fashion spring and summer classes hosted at their stylish studio in OC Mart Mix. Self-made fashion obsessors and amateur stylists with visions of grandeur and a hankering to put needle to thread have gathered at the Costa Mesa studio to learn everything from sketching designs to creating the prototypes and accessorizing the final products for an amazing look.

It is the unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory of fashion that heralds your arrival and prolongs your departure. -Coco Chanel

In no other county would Fashion Camp OC do better. We are an area full of trend savvy and fashion forward lookers of all ages. And while you parents might have worried about your kids finding more inspiration in a Bloomingdale’s than in Math class, fear no more! Put your child or teen’s couture fascination to productive use and enroll them in one of Fashion Camp OC’s spring or summer classes. Or maybe it’s not your kids you’re worried about. Always dreamed of a career in fashion? It’s not too late! Get a taste of what might be in your future with one of the camp’s adult classes. Even if it’s just a hobby, or even if you just need a “Style for Dummies” course so you know how to create great looks from your own closet, the Camp has something for every yearning trendsetter.

You can even hog Fashion Camp OC to yourself for private birthday parties, bachelorette parties, and more.

Visit them online for more info. Until then, here’s a video from Fashion Camp OC to give you a peek inside the fun…

Fashion Camp OC

The OC Mart MiX at the South Coast Collection Center
3313 Hyland Ave
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

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Jennifer Hood is a mildly tortured creative based out of Newport Beach, CA. She is the co-founder of creative firm Hoodzpah Art + Graphics with her twin sister Amy Hood. When not scribbling words, doodling lines, or manipulating anchor points, she’s tinkering on a piano, going comatose via Hulu overdose, smelling an issue of Esquire on the beach, attempting to hustle pool to no avail, or singing a pitchy rendition of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” at the local karaoke bar. According to The Velvet Underground, Jenny’s life was saved by rock ‘n’ roll. That’s disputable. Jennifer and Amy are happy to be designing LOCALE Magazine, and managing the online web content.

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