2020 Prom Fashion Show

On March 10, Mrs. Brooke Jackson’s Musical Theater classes performed and modeled in the annual Prom Fashion show.

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  • Students in Mrs. Brooke Jackson’s Musical Theater classes modeled a variety of prom attire from Geno’s Formal Wear. The students were allowed to choose their own fashions to model.

  • Senior Matthew Nichols emceed the Prom Fashion Show at PLD High School on March 10. He also performed in the show and walked the runway in his tux provided by Geno’s.

  • Junior Haley Halcomb performed during the 2020 Prom Fashion Show at Dunbar as part of Mrs. Brooke Jackson’s Musical Theater class. They performed the dance from the musical Grease.

  • Junior Elizabeth Fitzpatrick performed as part of the Disney themed “princess medley” during the Musical Theater classes’ Prom Fashion Show.

  • Junior Gracie Moore and Freshman Kate Patrick modeling dresses from Geno’s Formal Wear. This year’s fashion includes bright gemstone colored dresses.

  • Girls from Dunbar’s Musical Theater classes participated in the annual Prom Fashion Show on March 10. Many of the latest fashion trends including bold colors and backless dresses were featured.

  • Junior Gracie Moore and Senior Jacob Greene partnered up for the runway on March 10 for PLD’s Prom Fashion Show. Wide skirts are in fashion this season.

  • Musical Theater classes volunteered to help with the 2020 Prom Fashion show. Senior Gabrielle Counts said that she loved the dress she was asked to model.

  • Lola Campbell partnered with senior Matthew Nichols at the 2020 Prom Fashion Show at Dunbar. Campbell’s dress was a fan favorite.

  • Sophomore Caden Carter and his partner on the runway modeled some of the latest in Prom fashion.

  • Senior Clay Rains said that students were able to try on a variety of suits and dresses for the prom fashion show.

  • Junior Sloan Scroggin (center) said that he felt that the musical theater classes’ participation in the fashion show gave him his first opportunity to model.

  • Junior Kayla Pryer modeled a light blue sequined gown in the 2020 Prom Fashion Show. Her runway partner matched her with a pink vest and tie.

  • Junior Sloan Scroggin showed off a white tux provided by Geno’s. He said that although it wasn’t a color he thought he’d like, he might actually get a white tux now.

  • Juniors Lola Campbell and Ashley Friend modeled new spring fashions from Geno’s Formal Wear. Pastel colors are popular in this season’s dress options.

  • Mrs. Brooke Jackson led nearly 60 students in the 2020 Prom Fashion Show at Dunbar on March 10. She said that the show earned around $300 for the drama department.