B&W Rock Opera?


The Niven Collection by Scarlett Niven is primarily an exploration of the vast possibilities of black and white. Yes, there are a few items in the store with color, but by and large, the entire collection is a symphony in black and white. Actually, maybe rock opera is more accurate because the designs are very a la page. Symphony, Rock Opera? What do you think?

This dress I am wearing is called BodyCon and I am not positive what Con stands for but Body Conscious would be a good option. The always fashion forward styles of N-Core make a perfect alliance with Niven Collection clothing.


Another study in black and white is the romantic and stylized China sim – where visitors find themselves within a Chinese watercolor and ink painting.


The BodyCon dress features an intricate and detailed bodice with a sheer multi-layer tulip skirt. The N-Core Obsession shoe straps give us an echo of the details in the bodice.


The dress includes demi-gloves. In ths photo you can see that the back of the bodice is as important as the front.


I added a bracelet and earrings from Kunglers Bromelia. It’s a very modern style and captures some of the feeling of the dress. The hair is Caprice, a new release from Exile. The skin is from the highly dramatic Daylight line in Redgrave’s  new Trinity Series.

****STYLE NOTES******
Promotional Copies are denoted by a Bold R

  • Poses: Lost Angel
  • Skin: Redgrave Daylight Trinity Luster
  • Eyes: Poetic Colors Deep Jungle Medium
  • Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
  • Hair: Exile Caprice
  • Dress: The Niven Collections MonoChrome II BodyCon
  • Shoes: N-CoreObsession Galaxy
  • Jewelry: Kunglers Bromelia Black
  • Location: China

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