Fashion Fairytale was the theme for the 2015 Livingston Parish 4-H Fashion Revue on Feb. 10 at Southside Elementary in Denham Springs.

Members in the 4-H Club from Livingston Parish participated in the event. Contestants were required to sew a garment which judges evaluated for its construction, a news release from the LSU AgCenter said. The contestants participated in the Appearance Contest during which judges evaluated their garments, which they donned and modeled in a fashion show.

More than 25 4-H members participated in eight divisions, the release said. The winners in the Apron Division were: Laney Gunter, first place, Live Oak Elementary; Alyssa Wascom, second place, South Live Oak Elementary; and Libby Thompson, third place, Northside Elementary.

Winners in the Skirt Division were Madalyn Harris, first place, Southside Elementary; Grace Mayeux, second place, Holden Elementary; and Taylor Duncan, third place, Eastside Elementary.

The winners in the School Dress Junior Division were Olivia Barnes, first place, Holden School; Cassidy Charpentier, second place, Doyle Junior and Senior High; and Josie Purvis, third place, Holden School.

In the Senior Casual Division, the winner was Skylar Brandon, Springfield High. In the Senior Creative Choice Division, the winner was Maeghan Staley, Live Oak High. The first-place winner in the Senior Special Occasion division was Corley Chutz, first place, Live Oak High; and Maeghan Staley, second place, Live Oak High. Also, in the Ready-to-Wear Division, Makaylah Herring, Holden School, received first place and Maeghan Staley, of Live Oak High, won second place. The third-place winner was Skylar Brandon, of Springfield High.

In the Just for Fun Division, the winners were Madalyn Harris, first place, Southside Elementary; Cassidy Charpentier, second place, Doyle; and Alyssa Wascom, third place, South Live Oak Elementary. The Overall Junior Sew with Cotton winner was Olivia Barnes, of Holden School; and the Overall Senior Sew with Cotton winner was Corley Chutz, of Live Oak High.