Bethel University once again hosted the Lights|Camera|Fashion organization on its McKenzie campus, Tuesday, July 26.
According to Tina Hodges, Dean of Enrollment for Bethel’s College of Arts and Sciences, Bethel served as the location for the Lights|Camera|Fashion program 2017 auditions.
“Lights|Camera|Fashion came to our campus to hold auditions that would give these young women an opportunity to be a fashion model for a fashion show on Feb. 4, 2017,” Hodges said.
Lights|Camera|Fashion, owned and produced by FrozenZen Photography and My Best Friend Jenna Boutique, is a yearlong program focused on enriching the lives of Tennessee’s young women and dedicated to raising funds for the children of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through its yearly fashion show.
Each year, 100’s of girls from high schools throughout Tennessee apply to be part of the Lights|Camera|Fashion Model Program with a limited number selected to participate. During their year in the program, these high school junior and senior girls receive instruction on modeling, walking the runway, posing for the camera, applying makeup and raising philanthropic funds. They participate in fun photography fashion shoots modeling the latest designer gowns from My Best Friend Jenna Boutique.
Through the Lights|Camera|Fashion model program, these young women become confident of their own self-worth and their inner beauty. This enables them to have a deeper, more abiding belief in their own abilities to achieve their dreams.
The February Prom Runway Fashion Show is patterned after New York Fashion Week. This Lights|Camera|Fashion Prom Runway Fashion Show is the largest of its kind in Tennessee, and it is the only one focused entirely on Junior and Senior High School students. Bethel University is a premiere Sponsor of the Show.