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Summer Rayne Oakes To Judge Project Green Prom Online Video Contest

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Earlier this year, Ecorazzi told you how much we loved model/activist Summer Rayne Oakes’ new book Style, Naturally.  Well now YOU have the chance to impress Summer and a few other super groovy judges as Teens Turning Green and Whole Foods Market present Project Green Prom!

Project Green Prom is an online video contest where Prom-goers post creative three-minute videos that answer the question “How would you ‘green’ your prom?”

Here’s how it works: teens submit videos between now and March 30th at TeensTurningGreen.org that talk about things like how they use organic and eco-friendly makeup, what their dream sustainable prom dress would be by their favorite designer, how they would like to see a zero waste event at their high school, and any other environmentally-sound prom ideas!

The videos will then be judged by fashion, beauty and green experts including our girl Summer Rayne Oakes, Teen Vogue beauty editor Eva Chen and John Masters of John Masters Organic. Prizes including eco-prom dresses from top fashion designers, including Bahar Shahpar and Lara Miller, sustainable beauty products, and even a trip to NYC and a Full Green Prom Makeover for the grand prize winner!

Sound like something you’re into? Then stop by TeensTurningGreen.org and tell them how you plan to make your prom green!!

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