Having received some wonderful lingerie recently, I decided to pull out my old Debutante Chaise Lounge from Diesel Works. I am sure there are newer ones around, but I don’t care. That old lounge is still one of the best pose props ever made. I started out with the fabulous new lingerie from Iota Ultsch. She’s not done lingerie before, but you wouldn’t know from this. She’s made a double rainbow of colors, so check it out. It’s pretty sexy and it took some careful posing to keep it PG. Luckily with 25 poses built in, that’s not an issue.
Audrey! Two syllables that conjure up visions of elegance and timeless grace. Does anyone even need the last name to know who Audrey is? Of course not. I think it’s a bold thing to name any design Audrey because there’s such a world of expectation and obligation that come along with the name. I decided to do no editing whatsover in order to let you see how well that obligation is met.
This is Audrey for the 21st century – with fabulous laser cut fabric just released at the Première Vision fabric show in February. The fabric is sheer, with flirtatious glimpses of a thigh, a hint of torso, the outline of the body. What impressed me is that it’s not just sheer, it’s sheer and mesh.
Hair Fair has opened with around 100 different hair designers selling oodles of hair to raise money for Wigs for Kids. Every single hair style sold at Hair Fair sends a portion of the proceeds to the charity. So why am I posing with 2007 hair? Well, I am busy sorting the hair fair styles into long, medium, short and other types of styles for some upcoming mega-posts. I also want to remind everyone that just because something is old, doesn’t mean it isn’t great Certainly this dress from Lost Dreams called Retro Red may be retro, but it’s hot and stylish.