UberGlam School of Fashion Design, Gauteng

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Enroll now for 2014

*Register now for our 2nd term starting 5 May 2014*

Beginner, intermediate and advanced classes starting with the basics and moving on to the tricky.  Choose between ladies, men, children and stretch wear
Body proportions, different mediums and fabric, compiling portfolios and own collections.
Creative techniques, working with beads, crystals, silk screen printing, fabric dying.
Students have the freedom to work on anything they need assistance with at their own pace.
 

 




Annual Fashion Show

Look out for our Annual Fashion Show in the 1st quarter of 2014

 

 


Corset Workshops 2013

 

Corset Workshop 20 October 2013

 

 

 



UberGlam School of Fashion Design, Gauteng

 

 

Were you the little one cutting up your mother’s curtains and drawing on her walls when inspiration struck?  Fashion design, patternmaking and sewing sound like crafts that need advanced skills, but the ÜberGlam School of Fashion brings the artist out in any aspiring designer. 

 

Whether you are dreaming of being SA’s next top designer, simply looking for a new and exciting skill or design hobby, or want to enhance your existing sewing or design skills, look no further, ÜberGlam is ready to instruct you in the art of creating dazzling clothing and accessories.

 

Our fashion design school is based in Fairland, Gauteng and we offer classes in sewing, patternmaking, accessories and fashion illustration.  Our courses are flexible and specifically aimed at individuals who are eager to learn about the elements of fashion design and sewing that interest them, without the stress of exams and overdue projects. 

 

ÜberGlam offers a relaxed and friendly, yet professional atmosphere.   Although we mainly offer adult courses and most of our students are in their 20’s and 30’s, we also have students in their teens and even in their 60’s, and welcome anyone with a passion and desire to learn.

 

If you’re a practicing designer or current design student, you can also benefit from our classes and courses as we offer a relaxed atmosphere where you can get practical assistance and ask questions, consult with peers, learn new skills and solve issues regarding client orders, design difficulties and design projects without any pressure.

 

We keep our weekly classes small and intimate and work with each individual at their own level and pace to ensure maximum learning and personal attention.  We welcome beginners, working professionals, homemakers, mothers, grandmothers, children, practicing designers, as well as part time and full time students.  Our foreign students from various countries around the globe also bring an interesting mix to our classes.

 

From basic adult sewing classes to patternmaking classes to advanced design classes, one of our fashion courses will appeal to you.   You are invited to browse through our website and to join us to discover your inner artist and designer.  

 

 

  • Safe parking inside complex
  • Ground floor unit
  • Close to convenience shops
  • Close to petrol garage
  • Close to highway
  • On public transport route
  • Toilets
  • Microwave available
  • Fridge available
  • Kitchen with coffee, tea, hot choc, milo free of charge
  • Domestic and industrial sewing machines
  • Over lockers
  • Sewing and patternmaking tools & equipment
  • Steam irons
  • Mannequins
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