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Eco-Fashion Prom Contest Holds NYC Dress Swap Event

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Earlier this month we told you about Project Green Prom — a celebrity-judged online video contest where Prom-goers post creative three-minute videos that answer the question “How would you ‘green’ your prom?”

Well, now we’re pleased to announce that the Project Green Prom crew is hosting an extra special event for all those NYC eco-teens out there! 

Whole Foods Market and Teens Turning Green will be holding the first ever Project Green Prom Dress Swap on April 6th.

New York area high school juniors and seniors can participate in a Dress Swap program where they donate their previously worn and loved frocks in exchange for another dress as a way to promote repurposing items to preserve the environment. 

In addition to the Dress Swap, attendees will enjoy the opportunity to engage in fun green activities that will include: eco-beauty makeovers and green spa treatments by John Masters, Mineral Fusion and PRITI Spa along with flower and décor preparation and healthy eating tips and menu ideas or the Big Day. Each attending teen will receive tips and experts advice on easy, eco-savvy ways to infuse sustainability into all aspects of their prom — without sacrificing style.

Sound like the hotness? Then stop by  Whole Foods Market Tribeca on Monday, April 6th between 6-8pm and get your green on!

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