BRUSSELS, Wis. (WBAY) – Corbin Londo, an eight-year-old boy from Brussels, attended an afternoon costume design class at UW Green Bay and is now inspired to become a fashion designer.Corbin started his interest into design last year during quarantine by creating costumes using construction paper. His mom, Tanya, later brought out a sewing machine.“I asked if I could use it,” he said. “It took the whole summer figuring out how to get it working and get started.”Corbin’s favorite parts of the process are drawing and completing his design.
“I feel very proud of myself,” he said. “It’s really cool to see the finished product.”
His mom reached out to a professor at UW-Green Bay, as a way for Corbin to learn more about his passion.
“It was really amazing. There were so many new sites that I’ve never seen, like new tools,” he said.
His parents, couldn’t be more proud.