Prom Fashion Show Returns to the Stage


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Students attend the 2018 Prom on Friday, May 4. Juniors and seniors participated in the Prom Fashion Show for a fun night and to help raise money for the dance. The fashion show is put on annually by the Junior Delegates

By Hannah Wilson, North Star Co-EIC

The annual Prom Fashion Show will take place on Feb. 27 from 6 to 9 p.m. in the auditorium. The Junior Delegates plan and run the show and all proceeds will go toward Prom.

“My favorite part of the fashion show is seeing everyone dressed up and interacting with students in a way that I wouldn’t normally do,” junior delegate sponsor Marissa Heyer said.

Any juniors or seniors had the opportunity to be in the fashion show and there are around 16 models participating. They will be modeling one outfit from stores such as David’s Bridal and Savvi Formal wear. There will be emcee’s announcing the models and raffles for items such as Prom tickets, a free tuxedo and various gift cards to restaurants. All proceeds from the raffles will go towards Prom.

“My favorite part is the talent part because it’s the funniest,” senior model Skylar Hance said. “Also, picking out a dress is always fun.”

In order to be a model, students had to fill out an application and meet the requirement of selling five tickets. Each ticket is $5 and people who plan on going can purchase one from a model leading up to the event.

“I hope we can raise a lot of money for Prom, that’s kind of the main purpose,” junior class president Uma Upamaka said. “We want to have a lot of money for decorations and prom gifts, and we just want it to be the best Prom yet.”