Crowns Anthony L. Williams, Contestant on Project Runway Season 7, Official Prom King

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Williams to provide teens with prom tips and advice on social networking sites on behalf of

Today steps to the forefront of prom 2010 and crowns Anthony L. Williams, Atlanta-based formal wear designer and current contestant on Season 7 of Lifetime's Project Runway, their official prom king. As's prom king, Williams will dish out exclusive teen prom and special occasion fashion advice on Twitter and YouTube during the 2010 prom season.

PromGirl recognized that teen girls visiting to see the hottest styles in prom dresses may need help choosing the dress, accessories, and makeup that are right for them. Williams, a fan favorite from this season of Project Runway, will draw on his years of experience in designing formal wear to provide this advice. A larger-than-life personality, Williams will host a series of YouTube videos on topics like "How to Accessorize Your Dress." Every Thursday from now through the end of May, PromGirl's YouTube channel ( will feature Williams in a new prom style advice video. Williams will also live blog and host question and answer sessions weekly on PromGirl's Twitter account (

David Wilkenfeld, President of, comments, "We are excited to have Anthony as our Prom King. Teens watch and enjoy Project Runway, and we expect that girls will really connect with Anthony as an expert source for prom advice. He is a talented designer with a captivating personality."

Williams says, "I am excited about my partnership with Prom 2010 will be special with lots of glitz, glamour, and excitement. As the new Prom King, I hope to inspire many prom queens - with or without crowns."

About PromGirl, LLC:
Established in 1998, PromGirl, LLC. ( is a formal wear retailer catering to the large teen special occasion market. A leading online retailer, PromGirl features fashions specifically for teen special occasions -- prom, homecoming, graduation, sweet 16 and quinceañera. Shoppers at find the latest fashions from leading designers 24 hours a day in sizes from 0 to 44 with dresses available for every shape woman.


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