On Saturday, June 8, WORN Fashion Journal will host Secondhand Prom, a celebration of all the proms we wish we had. We don’t care what our teachers say—it’s the end of a long, hard year, and we’re so ready to celebrate summer.
Wear whatever you want—prom attire preferred, but not required. Got a floor-length ballgown? Bring it! Never leave the house without your Converse? Wear ‘em! Accessorize with the WORN corsages and boutonnieres available at the event.
Sneak a Steam Whistle beer (or two) while the teachers aren’t looking. And don’t bother bringing a flask, the punch will already be spiked.
Cut loose with the musical stylings of This Broken Mixtape. Once you’ve worked up an appetite with your choreographed dance routines (I see you, Freddie Prinze Jr.), treat yourself to a slice of handcrafted cake by local baking genius Corey Moranis.
Pull a Pretty in Pink by making your own outfit, or coordinate with the Romy to your Michelle. Spicolis, feel free to show off your brand new Vans. We want to see what a Secondhand Prom looks like to all Wornettes!
Saturday, June 8th, 2013
Church of the Holy Trinity
10 Trinity Square (at Yonge and Dundas)
$5 spiked punch
Get your mom to drop you off at: 9:30 p.m.
Better run home, your curfew is: 2:00 a.m.
ADVANCE TICKETS $10 – AVAILABLE AT
Type Books, 883 Queen Street West
Ticket includes admission and a sugary sweet copy of WORN Issue 16
The event is fully wheelchair accessible, with an exterior wheelchair access ramp on the south side of the building, and a wheelchair-accessible washroom immediately beside the accessible entrance inside (on the south side of the room). When you arrive, please come to the main entrance on the west side of the building, and one of our Wornettes will be happy to assist you.
photography // Laura Tuttle
video // Daniel Reis
title design // Maegan Fidelino