The Justice line is a beautiful skin line from Idiosyncrasy. Featuring a variety of makeups that I love. Full smoky eyes with pale lips, included are more full bold lips as well, blushed cheeks, and beauty marks. The details on the skin are amazing, particularity the fronts and backs of the knees, and top of the buttocks. The skins come with hair base and cleavage enhancing options.
Shown here with a few recent releases from stores, the LeLutka Saffron shoes, which feature these amazing spiked heels, Mandala’s Takara Nails/Rings, and fri.day’s Yelena hair.
LeLutka‘s recent fashion show was a phenomenal. Guest arrived dressed as monks, and cloistered around a striking stage to preview the new collection. The line is balance of the feminine and masculine with soft fabrics, and structured accessories. Wearing complete looks as styled on the runway, you can take your wildest fashion dreams to the limit with full on runway concept wear. Each outfit was well put together, and easy to style from whatever your chosen perspective on what fashion should mean or be for you. I chose to blog today two specific looks from the show that symbolize the dichotomy.
Guile is a lovely party frock of black, with open poppyesque red flowers decorating the skirt, and one singular bloom for a dramatic hat. Both the hat and skirt feature tiny prim lady bugs which remind me of the quote from Under the Tuscan Sun–Ladybugs, Katherine. Lots and lots of ladybugs. Dramatic black stockings, combined with the amazing yet simplistic shoes this collection features complete the look. The outfit itself is true to the idea of this collection, it’s very fitted, yet utterly feminine, soft yet dramatic.
The Macabre Warrior outfit with accessories as seen in the show create a striking look. The basics of the Macabre Warrior are the body suit of soft draped fabric across the bodice, with a swath of black zoning the torso. Once combined with the corset, it becomes very structured. With the shoulder accessory it becomes Romanesque, a nod to the very masculine military lorica worn by Roman soldiers. The corset’s panniers also allude to the feminine lines of 18th century court costume.
A whole new look in fashion for a new year! Available at LeLutka in the new year, stay tuned to their blog for release information.
Phaylen Fairchild, if you are new to inworld entertainment, is writer and director, and Diva behind the incredible inworld series DiVAS! Phaylen is amazingly talented and widely universally appealing having been involved with I Want To Be A Celebrity, and other shows inworld.
Phaylen disappeared during the finale of last seasons show. We now know her fate-World of Warcraft!
You can also click through to the Phaylen Fairchild Productions site to read more about it, and watch it here.
Phaylen has also been hard at work, blogging, podcasting, and putting together a live show set for December 13th 2009. Space is limited, and invites have been sent, more spaces may become available. To see a sampling check out Phaylen from earlier this week on Tonight Live with Paisley Beebe, which also features musical guest Strum Diesel, and Sasy Scarborough talking about her experiences dealing with content theft while general manager of Maitreya. Click here.
Sasy and I also had the opportunity to chat, and dish on the fashion community and Second Life in a podcast. While it was planned to be a shorter podcast, you can’t shut Phaylen, Sasy, and I up. Click here to access our podcast on the website, or click here to play in popup.
I would have to say Phaylen is most known for her DiVAS! work, if you haven’t had the chance to enjoy the series you can get started here. Why not rez out the YouTube tv, some popcorn, and invite your friends over for a fun night of comedy. Until then check out one of my favorite episodes.