A gorgeous play on latex apparel, what was once a stigma, is now showcased so hauntingly beautiful in this dress from Valentina E, now for sale exclusively at On9.
Here is a great big known fact about Second Life designer, NyuNyu Kimono: she absolutely loves mochi.
We’re down to the last few hours till On9’s opening for the month of August and we have a great line up for you late season shopaholics!
If you’re looking for a great alternative for applier based clothing, Suki is a brand worth checking out as she will be featuring this latest outfit at On9 during the month of August.
Hunting for a fashion, photo-friendly location in Second Life can be summed up in three words; Totally worth it.
This last weekend I was able to spend time some time away from the city (mainly my computer!) for a much needed break that was long over due. If you ever have the chance to take a vacation, staycation, whatever! I highly recommend it :)
It took some time, and a lot of elbow grease, maybe a smidgen of caffeine, but I finally submitted my “What Second Life Means to Me” video in honor of Second Life’s 12th Community Celebration. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the rest of the entries, its just a matter of entering the title in the search or by visiting the Second Life official blog. I’ve also put all of my past videos/slideshows onto one page on the blog which you can find by clicking here or under the Contact info at the top menu. Thanks for dropping by today, and do check out the credits for all the fashion-y stuff. *Shoes: Essenz’ Hanover (Maitreya High Feet) | Shiny Shabby *Bag: MSS Leather Tote Bag (checker) | On9 *Hairbow: Elysium Lola Headbow | On9 *Necklace: Kunglers Extra Tathar Necklace Dress: Ison Wrap Side Dress | Collabor88 Watch: Mandala Kotowari Hair: Truth’ Randa | New Pose: Del May Glance Location: Indie Heights
Nothing like a hot new pair of shoes to make you feel #distractinglysexy.
While you keep running your ship aground, I will be setting myself alight…
It’s one of those rare Saturdays in Seattle where the breeze is cool enough to make Washingtonians forget about pollinating trees and dandelion spores.