In order for the light to shine brightly, the darkness must be present.

In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.
Francis Bacon,the great scientist-philosopher wrote, “In order for the light to shine brightly, the darkness must be present.” The truth of this is demonstrated every time I work with projectors. They are brightest when it is darkest. I thought of this quote, though, in relation to this avant garde outfit from Liziaah. It explores form and texture and through its form, the interplay of dark and light. Released in deep, dark shades of aubergine, royal blue and black, the colors provide the darkness.
In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.
Explorations of form, curving shapes and an open back reveal the light of exposed skin made brighter by their relation to the dark, rich fabrics.

In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.
Here you can see the entire outfit. Frills on pants are another way of playing with form. The curving shapes of the jacket do the same. Slight touches of red add color at the nails, the shoes and in the jewelry. As you can see, I am still using the wonderful Kalopsia Broken Floor razzed out on the water. I love it.
In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.
This theme is even more fully explored with the cut-outs on the legs. The design made them unsuitable to wear with the Slink or Belleza bodies as the alphas do not separate the inside from the outside of the leg. Fortunately, the Maitreya body does have separate alphas inside and outside. This means you must wear with either the default avatar or the Maitreya mesh body.

The Livalle pumps Danica platform pumps play up the brocade print on the fabric and pick up the single bit of red in the jewelry, adding a touch of color to the outfit. The Levels jewelry from MiaMai is ultra-modern, solid rectangles with vertical strips of metal, one a deep red. It was released in several metals at Shiny Shabby. One reason I chose the MiaMai jewelry is that its sharp linear form is such a great foil to the curves of the jacket and pants. Contrast can be effective.
In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.
I chose a subtle makeup from Glam Affair’s Eline for the Lelutka Mesh heads. With so much drama from the outfit, it made sense to go for simplicity with the face and hair. The Hair is a precise short cut from Dura and delightfully modern even though it recalls the drama of the silent screen star with its curled sweep on the face.
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****SHOPPING LIST******
Clothing: Liziaah Avantgarde Frill Pants & Jacket
Shoes: {Livalle} Danica -Platform Pumps- Ruby (Slink)
Jewelry: Miamai_Levels necklace & earrings- Cool Grey & Silver @ Shiny Shabby
Skin: Glam Affair Arctic Laura
Hair: *Dura-Girl*62 (Dark Red)
Poses: Di’s Opera
Appliers: Glam Affair Laura Applier Arctic
LeLutka Karin HUD 1.2
Eyes: pc eyes by LL – shallow water – medium
Mesh Attachments: .LeLutka.Mesh Head-KARIN v1.2
Maitreya Mesh Body – Lara V3.4
Slink Avatar Enhancement Feet & Hands
HUDS: AnyPose Expression HUD v1.0 – Wear Me
Slink Ankle Lock

Kalopsia Broken Floor
Fiat Lux Projectors

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