Celebrating Talent


Fashion For Life brings together the best talents in Second Life to raise money for cancer research – something that benefits us all since it’s a rare person whose life is untouched by this cruel disease. LeeZu Baxter of the eponymous LeeZu! is known for her fashion forward designs that combine innovative sculpts and rich textures into fashion fabulosity. Something about her that is less well-known is that she shares her incredible talent through a series of tutorials which are all gathered in one site with the easy-to-remember name LeeZu! Tutorials. As you can see from this dress, that’s learning from the best.

I shot the photos at the Monastery of St. Michael the Archangel. This is a place I found thanks to the amazing photography of Domitalia Jinx whose photosteam is dangerous. If you go there, you will be trapped there for however long it takes you to look through her amazing images.

The dress moves beautifully and I shot using the Behavior Body Runway Poses so I could give you a sense of the flowing motion of the dress. In this picture, you also can see her artistry in working with sheer fabrics. There’s sheer panels in the train from the bodice and there are perfect.

The jewelry is from Donna Flora. It’s color-change but when I put it on, it already had this combination of stones. Clearly it was meant for this dress.

The makeup is Belleza’s Melissa, a skin that is perfect for anything. The hair is Summer from fri.day. It’s a great hairstyle for this dress because it will fit with the hat that comes with the dress. I took the hat off and forgot to put it back on. I am going to blame that on being distracted by the beauty of the sim and the dress.

****STYLE NOTES******

  • Poses: Behavior Body
  • Skin: Belleza Melissa
  • Eyes: Redgrave
  • Lashes: Lelutka
  • Hair: fri.day Summer
  • Nails: Love Soul
  • Dress: LeeZu Mon Insu Gown, includes gloves and hat (not shown)
  • Shoes: Baiastice Querelle Dark Red on Purple
  • Jewelry: Donna Flora Vera
  • Location: Monastery of St Michael the Archangel, St. Francis Church

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