Here are some of the updos that you can find at Hair Fair. You can see full-size pictures in the Hair Fair Updos set on my Flickr.
Every morning you greet me
Small and white clean and bright
You look happy to meet me
Blossom of snow may you bloom and grow
Bloom and grow forever
Bless my homeland forever
I shot these photos at the blanc part of the noir et blanc installations at World’s End. It’s such a beautiful sim and very uncluttered so it struck me as a good spot to make a short video tutorial on using the Zoom keys to change your cameral “lens” in Second Life. Most of the time we zoom by pressing down the option or alt key and ten using arrows, view or the mouse to move our camera about and to zoom in. That’s great, but it makes for very distorted close-ups. This little video will show you how the zoom controls work and contrast proper and improper methods of zoom.
and I’m losing control. It’s electrifyin’. There is an electrifying piece of news for those of us who love Tres Jolie designs. Iota Ultsch, the imaginative designer behind the Tres Jolie curtain, has released a new dress. This is a woman who can take a tired tread and turn it into a hot and sexy dress, so it’s always exciting to see what she’s blended up for us. Crucifix does not disappoint. With a complex duotone pattern, the dresses are in enticing colors that draw your eye. The sexy bounce of the skirt prims just adds to the allure.
Iota doesn’t just make clothing, though. She is an architect and makes bold modern homes and fabulous furniture and art. Here I am posing at my new Abode home just a hop, skip and a jump from the Tres Jolie store.
The Aboriginal Dress from Tres Jolie is hot and sexy and wow, does it look good with the new Maitrya Ixkin sandals.
I have a love hate relationship with photo contests with emphasis on the latter. Mainly I love to look at the winners and hate to do them. More accurately, they make me mad at myself. Because however many times I think I will do one, I procrastinate and forget it and then remember it the day they announce the winners. However, there’s a photo contest ending Friday that did inspire me to enter…this will actually be the third contest I will have ever entered despite a two-year stint as a photographer. As I said, I generally remember the contest the day they announce the winners. The main reason I am inspired to do this contest is that the designer is a good friend of mine with whom I have spent hours giggling. Add to the that the recognition that the dress is smoking hot. From Tres Jolie, this is L’Amour Ultra-Mini.
Doing something a little different today. Iota Ultsch of Tres Jolie asked me several weeks ago if she could style and shoot her Ode to Vivienne dress on me. So today, you get to see how the designer envisions her dress being worn and styled – though within the limitations of my inventory — which was disappointingly (for her) lacking in wild punk hair. I may be wrong, but I think the reason this was particularly important for her to style and shoot is that Vivienne Westwood and her husband Malcolm MacLaren, more than other designers, inspired her aesthetic and design more intimately and deeply than other influences. Here, then, is her Ode a Vivienne in Lolly.
posted by Gidge Uriza
When I lived with my best friend Laura, we were avid watchers of Absolutely Fabulous. One of our great hoots was how Edina could wear the most hideous thing, and she’s whine “It’s LA CROIX SWEETIE!” and Patsy would demur,”It’s FABULOUS.”
We’d do that to one another almost daily, peels of laughter ringing out through our roach ridden apartment.
So it’s funny to me, a bit, that when I put on anything new from Tres Jolie, my first instinct is ALWAYS – “It’s FABULOUS!” and I’m always worried people will think I mean it in that AbFab way…which couldn’t be further from the truth. Continue reading
posted by Gidge Uriza
A pink confection from Tres Jolie might not fall under the category of “practical” but sometimes, that is just irrelevant. Sometimes, a full blown dress of pink spun sugar is just what you need on a gloomy day. Continue reading