HAGERSTOWN -- Dressed in 1920s-style clothing, friends Willa Hawn, Madison Celebre and Lydia Winebrenner ambled about in the first block of South Potomac Street in Hagerstown on Saturday night.
Hahn was portraying Coco Chanel and Winebrenner was Greta Garbo -- both cultural icons of the era.
The freshmen at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts were taking part in the Roaring Twenties Gala, a red carpet fundraiser for the school's artist-in-residence programs and ancillary needs.
While seemingly enjoying the attention, the trio admitted they might never again wear the outfits except "maybe for Halloween."
Sophomore Carly Whiteman, a member of the school's vocal program, didn't have to wear a shimmy or flapper dress to experience a "wow" moment.
Whiteman, joined by members of the school's newly formed rock band, performed Eric Clapton's song "The Core" in the middle of South Potomac Street before the school's students' second performance of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at The Maryland Theatre.