It is surprising to see lack of club wear in Second Life, when one of the most popular activities IS Clubbing. Not only we do not have many stores that do make club wear, but we also never see outfits for it on fashion blogs.
Recently I was invited to a fashion show with a black tie dress code. As a model, I know how much time, effort and hard work goes into creating a fashion show and how lag can ruin the experience for everyone and make it so much harder for the models.
Low ARC (avatar rendering cost) at fashion shows, especially a black tie event, is possible without sacrificing prims, jewelry and fashion impact.
On Saturday KMADD had Alice in Wonderland event for Kirk Claymore’s (my partner) birthday. I created 2 sims of exploration and fun for our guests. After guiding over 100 people down the rabbit hole as a lil rabbit, I changed for the rest of the evening into my Cheshire cat costume.
All Hallow’s Eve. The most magical night of the year, a night of ghost stories and séances, when the Victorians believed that the veil that separates our world from the Otherworld is at its thinnest. This Halloween costume is a tribute to Edgar Allan Poe and all things Victorian and Gothic.
Once upon the time I used to be big Buffy fan. I say fan not fanatic, I watched it did not go to convention or anything. Well this Halloween outfit has nothing to do with it really I am just explaining the title.
The simple elegance of the neutral colors of black, white and gray will always be my favorite colors, but recently I’ve spent a lot of time experimenting with different jewel color combinations thanks to the stunning range of prim belts available from M * A * ii * K * Iand the color range of oversized mens’ shirts from Muism.