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your look ● fashion forecast By Kaye Davis Hot,Young and Fun Today’s young A-listers are providing countless inspirations for this year’s prom and fashionwear styles with their unique and creative red carpet styles M any prom trends this year are formalwear inter- pretations of both high fashion and street styles that are relevant to this age group. Young celebrities like Selena Gomez, Chloe Moretz, Vanessa Gomez and Carly Rae Jepsen spark many trends by what they wear to events such as award ceremonies and premieres. Some of the most notable trends are explored below. PASS THE PEPLUM Peplum has exploded in popularity over the last few fashion seasons. Peplum originates in the Greek word for ‘tunic.’ Peplum tops, skirts and dresses can all be found at almost any location and for almost any budg- et. We will begin to see peplums making their way into the formalwear sector this year. They are fun, flirty and flattering on any figure. It’s an age appro- priate way to make your dress (and you) stand out. LACED WITH DRAMA Lace has made a big comeback. It is super feminine and really gives you the “princess” and “belle of the ball” looks on your big day. An especially noticeable trend with lace is that it is being used as a prominent, striking feature on dresses instead of just in small details. Examples of its use include large lace insets and high lace necklines. IN WITH THE NEON Colored dresses have always been a major 50 PAGEANTRY