Poppy is a new brand in SL that comes from the collaborative mind of Roslin Petion and Rui Rodrigues. Anything Roslin attaches herself to has my attention since before God was a boy, and this new Poppy brand doesn’t disappoint. Continue reading →
I actually went to the Whore Couture fair despite being too much of a prude to like the event name, because I wanted these eyes. I was interested in them and I have to admit, they’re pretty amazing. The pupil dilates as though you’re focusing, adding another dimension life to your AV.
The shades of blue and purple are subtle.
I took a closeup of my favorite.
I really do like these. If you can handle the lag, go put this on your shopping list. File them under MUST have.
Gidge is Wearing:
Skin: PXL Creations Sara
Head: Lelutka – Chloe
Eyes: Ga.Eg – Ultimate Eyes – Water Bubbles
I am loving the outfit released by Zaara for Collabor88 this month. The February C88 showcased folk designs and how appropriate that Zaara release something representative of her country’s traditional, and still current, fashions.
Henny Youngman once said, “If you’re going to do something tonight that you’ll be sorry for tomorrow morning, sleep late.” It makes me sort of want to see one of his routines. I kind of think this little romper might lead to doing things tonight…so I will sleep late. You can find your own in Birdy’s gacha at The Arcade. Be sure to sleep late.
I always like to bust up sets and mix and match because it shows that the clothing people make in Second Life is more versatile than we think. For that reason, even though the Irina cropped sweater I am wearing from The Secret Store comes with a beautiful skirt that coordinates with it, I chose to wear a different skirt to show it can be done. Of course, you know and I know it can be done, but a reminder is useful. Continue reading →
The theme for Collabor88 this month is StoryTime and the creations showcased are a rich display of folkloric traditions and influences. There is a lot of embroidery, a lot of beautiful colors and rich traditional fabrics. Sissy Pessoa ran with the idea into a more modern direction with this gown and capelet. It has all the traditional flower forms, but the dress itself is quite modern and made even more so in the sheer version.