Kourtney Edwards, 18, a senior at Rock Hill High School, models popular prom fashions at the Bridal & Formal Gallery on Celanese Avenue. They include the elegant red fitted gown with a low back and sequins, above, and strapless purple ballgown, below.
Kourtney Edwards, 18, a senior at Rock Hill High School, models popular prom fashions at the Bridal & Formal Gallery on Celanese Avenue. They include the elegant red fitted gown with a low back and sequins, above, and strapless purple ballgown, below.
Kourtney Edwards, 18, a senior at Rock Hill High School, models popular prom fashions at the Bridal & Formal Gallery on Celanese Avenue. They include the elegant red fitted gown with a low back and sequins, above, and strapless purple ballgown, below.

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March 25, 2008 12:59 AM

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