Homeless teen turned clothing designer asks girl to prom, makes her dress by hand

He taught himself how to sew after growing up in a homeless shelter. Now he sells 3-4 dresses every week around $300 each!


Jimelle Levon lived in a homeless shelter with his mother for a year when he was only in the 5th grade.

He learned the value of hardwork, and that if you want something you have to earn it yourself.

Jimelle is 18 years old and he wants to be a fashion designer.

The high school student turned entrepreneur taught himself how to sew and now earns a decent living making prom dresses.

Each year he sells about 3-4 dresses for about $300 each during prom season. This year he asked a girl to prom and offered to

make her gorgeous gown himself from scratch!