Life threw me a curve ball this past spring, when I thought I was doing better, my world spiraled down. I got very sick, and to make a very long journey shortened for here, I came close to death but God saw me through it. I am here, I am healing and life for 2013 is on the move already. I came back into Second Life a little over two weeks ago, and trying very slowly to get my ‘SL’ back on track. So many goodies in the mix (even a show for the Michela Benazzi Modeling agency) but not going to spoil that one for you just yet.
Today, I’d like to share with you my first ‘official’ step back. Walking the runway this Sunday with Opium in a fantastic Winter Show that will reflect real life runway shows. This show is filled with some of Second Lifes greatest designs, including Azul, Bubbles, Violator, Strip’d Designs, Prism, Sonia, Vero Modero, and Hoorenbeek. I’d love to give you sneak peek at the outfits I’m going to be showing on Sunday.
First, is a designer so near and dear to my heart, Miss Mami Jewell of Azul, the gown is called Ligia. It is available in alternative colors, (which I’m not wearing Onyx but I’ll show you the design here today!) You’ll have to come to the show to see the lovely color that is selected for Sunday. So, Ligia, is yet another favorite of mine. Long flowing layers form a beautifully full skirt. A delicate hem forms a defined waistline to this princess style gown. Sheer opera length gloves give this style a beautiful finish. I accessorized with dazzling diamonds from Jewelry by Zuri, and shoes are from none other than Dinki-Di Shoes designer Tinkerbell Footpad. Floating on a cloud into the beautiful tomorrows.
Next we have a cute design by Bubbles called Rudy. This outfit comes complete with a flattering fedora, and neck tie (I am wearing a scarf that is not included in the design package.) Simply stunning and breathtaking. Fun, flirty and phenomenal! Make sure to visit each one of the designers to find these great designs. I hope to see you all on Sunday, January 6, 2013, as I step back in style into Second Life!