3-DAY FASHION STYLING
Led by: Ariel Webley
Discover the captivating world of styling and the tricks that make a look come alive using visually enticing combinations of silhouettes, colors, textures and accessories. Dive into your creative mind with challenging and interactive activities that make you view fashion and styling with brand new eyes. This workshop will get you familiarized with various styles and looks that have become iconic throughout the decades, and will guide you hands-on in how to effortlessly incorporate timeless statements into contemporary modern day fashion outfits, straight from your own closet!
- Day 1: Body types / Types of styling
- Day 2: Mood Board creation
- Day 3: Practical Exercise: Personal styling / Product styling
This workshop encompasses 6 hours of theory classes and practical exercises after which you will have a thorough understanding of the various types of styling techniques used for different body types and personalities, and how to express yourself more creatively through fashion.
Start Date: June 15th, 2020
Format: Online livestream
Duration: 3 days
Maximum capacity per workshop: 10 students
Days: Monday to Wednesday
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
Mon 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Tue 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Wed 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Note: The instructor will provide a 10-minute break in each class.
Upon payment of your tuition you will receive an e-mail from the School with an access link for the workshop. Please note tuition fees are due three days before the workshop start date.
Please note: Tuition fees are due three days before the workshop start date. This is to ensure that you have enough time to receive the list of materials needed in order to prepare and gather all your supplies and tools for each class.
If you miss a workshop class you can always watch it again. Recordings of all workshop classes will be available on the live stream platform for students to access for the entire duration of the workshop plus one full day after the last class has been held.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Ariel Webley was brought into the film and advertisement industry at a very young age. Alongside being a fashion enthusiast with a fascination for creating things with her own hands and watching them come to life, she also had a curiosity and interest for the culinary world. Her father - owner of renowned ShowBiz Studios, saw this passion in Webley and brought her on set with him where she started assisting food stylists on commercials. Throughout high school Webley delivered one immaculate visual product after the other together with the styling teams.
While still busy on set, Webley also started working for a jewelry designer together with her sister. Shortly after, when she was only 19, the family experienced the saddening loss of her mother. This life-changing event pushed Webley to start designing and making her own jewelry on Etsy, thus creating a Southwestern line inspired by her mother. During her grief, she kept busy with more crafts, ultimately teaching herself how to crochet clothes. After four years of selling her artisanal clothing creations to small boutiques, individual buyers and stores in Bali, she decided that she wanted to gain a better understanding of garment construction and consequently enrolled in fashion school.
After graduating from FCI Fashion School in Los Angeles, California with a certificate in Fashion Merchandising, Fashion Styling and Fashion Design, Webley quickly became a sought-after independent fashion stylist, working full-time in the industry thanks to her innate taste and natural eye for breath-taking visual composition and editorial styling. Together with her sister, she also started the fashion brand Taryn Cossette which features romantic Western wear inspired purely by her mother’s Alabama roots, releasing her first ever collection in LA Fashion Week. Through FCI she also participated in the wardrobe styling for the men’s department of Moschino’s SS 2020 Resort “Haunted Collection” in the summer of 2019. For Webley, fashion styling and fashion design continue to go hand in hand in a creatively limitless world where she doesn’t have to choose one career over the other.