About The Event

My Style Authority and FifteenAve have teamed up to enrich and immortalize a once in a life time We PROMise Prom Makeover experience in the lives of ten high school rising stars. Ten (10) lucky students will be granted the opportunity to be outfitted with couture dresses, dapper tuxedos and professionally groomed to “slay” and “serve” the scene on their plush prom night. DMV high school students will compete through social media to become the winning school. Students from the winning school will submit an essay on what a prom makeover will mean to them. Judges will select 6 young ladies and 4 young men to receive this extraordinary transformation. The makeover for young ladies and men will include hair, makeup, prom attire, accessories, and a swaged-out party bus.

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People Behind the Idea

About Jessica

Jessica Dew is the founder and CEO of My Style Authority. Jessica is also a wardrobe professional who has worked on indi-films, major films, ballets, musicals, plays, operas, and concerts. Jessica is a Social Style- Preneur: a social entrepreneur who gives back to the community using style.

About Walter & Wilson

Walter Atta, also known as Walt, is 1/2 of Fifteen Avenue style company. The 22 year old fashion stylist from PG County, MD. I'm of Nigerian descent who comes from a proud family with a strong background in medicine and entrepreneurship. Walt draws most of his inspiration from the fashion He experienced while traveling abroad. As a result He enjoys finding new ways to blend culture and fashion in ways that make it inclusive to everyone and enjoyable for all.

Wilson "Willie" Ebo, is 1/2 of Styling company Fifteen Avenue, the all around creative mind, business savvy, Christian rooted, Nigerian American; raised In the D.C. Maryland Virginia area. Throughout life he had a burning passion for the arts that could not be settled." I use to dress and style all of my action figures as a kid to keep them stylish". Facing a lot of adversity from people outside and in home, Willie then made it his mission to show everyone that art and creativity is not a "hobby" or a "waste of time" but the heart beat we share as one people; while also encouraging and providing mentorship to those who have the same passion and are inspired to do greater things in the arts". (Philippians 3:13-14 )

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The Winning School is Crossland High School

winners

girls
  • 1. Gianna Asomani-Graham
  • 2. Omozele Onoabhagbe
  • 3. Jerri Perry
  • 4. Jasmine Blackwell
  • 5. Anica Marcelino
  • 6. Josselyn Pastor-Gomez
boys
  • 1. Moses Posey
  • 2. Jordan Maddix
  • 3. Delante Williams-Smith
  • 4. Nathaniel Smith

Female Makeover

Wardrobe

Hair

Makeup

male Makeover

wardrobe

hair

corsage