Hello and welcome to Hollywood’s own Walk the Talk, high-end fashion camp for kids! We’re very excited to have all our little fashionistas, fashionistos, and fashionistheys! We plan on having a great summer together so below are rules and guidelines our campers must adhere to at all times.
Age Requirements: Campers must be 6–10 years old to attend Walk the Talk. Five years and under is a little too young for the strenuous schedule of activities and classes, while older than 10 but not already a successful fashion designer means your career is already over. Re-examine your life.
Buddy System: Every camper is assigned a clique for accountability as well as personal feelings of community. Clique leaders will be assigned on the first day of camp, based entirely on looks.
Listen to Your Counselors: Counselors consist of older women, each wearing $2,000 Marc Jacobs pantsuits, and ridiculously large, thick black plastic-framed glasses. They will do everything in their power to break your spirit, but secretly love you because you remind them of themselves at your age.
Always Play Nice: Never call another campers work “a throwback that should be thrown back” and then high five your assigned clique. All eye rolls must be inaudible.
No Rude Language: Unless it’s used to say something devastatingly witty.
Giving Feedback: All feedback on camper’s designs should be begrudgingly positive.
Staying On Camp Grounds: Campers must remain on campgrounds at all times, unless using their one time “Walk Off” card which allows the camper to have an emotional meltdown and leave camp dramatically for up to 30 minutes, at which point they must return promptly and pretend nothing ever happened.
Lights Out: Lights out and screens off at 9:00 PM sharp. No exceptions, except if you’re partying with James Van Der Beek’s daughters.
Proper Dress: Campers must abide by the dress code while at camp, which means they must always look like they are from the very distant future, or the very distant past.
Camp Activities: When not working on their personal brand, all campers are required to spend their time doing approved camp activities, such as makeup application, DJ-ing lessons, or learning to cry as a weapon.
Always Wear Sunscreen: Or at the very least, always carry a black umbrella and huge dark sunglasses that make you look, at least a little, like Jacqueline Onassis’ ghost.
Have Fun and Try New Things: At the end of the day, camp is all about trying new things, having a good time, and learning to get outside of your comfort zone. Campers are encouraged to do just that, but if they fail to be instantly talented, other campers are permitted to tease them until their pain becomes useful.
Violation of the above rules and guidelines may result in the immediate removal of the camper in question. Unless they’re cool enough to get away with it.