Once Upon A Time Shape collection & Fairytale Sim by KMADD

 

Once Upon a Time @ KMADD Events Sim is romantic fantasy escape created by Eve Petlyakov (KMADD Manager / Stylist & Photographer) with assistance of Maddox DuPont and will be open to public during March all up to Men’s Fashion Week.

We invite you to visit our sim and enjoy it’s fairytales.

You can also start creating your outifts for KMADD’s next big event ~ Once Upon A Time which is coming in March (date to be announced). Best dressed and Flickr competition will make your effort worth while.

To help inspire you here are some of the looks that our stylists have come up with.

Our Fantasy collection is currently on display at KMADD Events sim together with wonderful outfits from Bare Rose and romantic swings that you will find scattered around the sim can also be purchased at landing point.

Make sure you join our group for updates on the party details.

In this release, shapes were styled by Eve Petlyakovand Takeshi Ugajin.

All hair and eyes featured on our shape vendors are also available for sale @ KMADD.

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MADesigns SHAPES | HAIR | EYES | POSES @ KMADD

If you are looking for a gift or prefer to shop on-line, visit KMADD on Marketplace.

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