Bubble Cyberstar for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Bubble Cyberstar: “PYXIS a woman prepared for an uncertain future …. outfit in shades of iridescent galactic black and blue, with transparencies that hint at but do not teach too much, too bright futuristic fabrics, wearing a helmet with glasses and big hair in a bun, the pants with spiked sculpt like the flashy boots .

CYGNUS as Pyxis is prepared for any event in the future … This whole suit is a monkey too close to the body, short sleeves and gloves attached to the suit, hips sculpt with bright buttons and the head protected by a helmet with glasses, belt, collar and boots.”

Models: Redclaw Inshan & Wicca Merlin

Photographer: Wicca Merlin

Lexi Vargas for “Claim the Fame”: Week 7 – Urban & Streetwear

For the 7th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Urban or Steetwear attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-7/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Lexi Vargas:” The male outfit is called News Flash and the female one is called Headline.”

What is black and white and red all over? This boldly graphic Newsprint set of Urban Chic Fashion, that´s what.

Both the man and the woman wear short cut newsprint jacket lined in quilted satin and low hip belt of chrome and red leather. The special touches of tights for the lady and a “Glee” inspired tee shirt for the man keep this set up to the minute trendy.

Models: Greywolf Fairey & Oralee Fairey

Photographer: Oralee Fairey

Inga Wind for “Claim the Fame”: Week 7 – Urban & Streetwear

For the 7th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Urban or Steetwear attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-7/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Inga Wind:”Cross the street with ease wearing the Lucas outfit,  including sculpted loose baggy pants with cuffed flares strapped on the sides. Its black short-sleeved hoodie top with navy accents and lion print on the chest reveals the covered cap, giving some shelter from the summer sun in the city. ”

Lara is a navy casual strapless minidress, fastened with a belt, featuring a black undershirt and matching leggings.  Enriched by a sculpted vest with a few fancy pockets to hide your secrets, the outfit is finished with a crowning visor.

Models: Greywolf Fairey & Oralee Fairey

Photographer: Oralee Fairey

Lexi Vargas for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Lexi Vargas: “‘Cybabe’ is the feminine half of the Cyborg couple. Her geometic designed human clothes are yellow and white and she sports a shoulder guard for that fashionable touch.  With her cyborg parts  showing thru her  ragged human skin she looks  eerily beautiful and mechanically stylish .”

“In the future its less about what you wear on your skin and more about the hardwear under it. The human skin has been artfully torn to show the  full of circuits, wires  and Alien type imagery below. Over the top of that is worn the bare minimum of clothing arranged in bandaged stripes of dark and light blue – just enough to cover the human parts and allow the cyborg parts to shine and sparkle through.”

Models: Greywolf Fairey & Oralee Fairey

Photographer: Oralee Fairey

Inga Wind for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Inga Wind: “Reminiscent of Classic Art Deco styling, models Oralee Fairey & Greywolf Fairey portray the timelessness of these designs.  Undoubtedly, this classic apparel will surely enjoy a return to popularity in future fashion years.  Oralee is wearing ‘Dee’ and Greywolf is wearing ‘Del’….both outfits taking this classic design many years ahead.”

“The colours of the outfits are matching, enhancing a future where all are in harmony. The abilities of their argumented reality eyewear allowing them to communicate within the blink of an eye … they may also control their iPOD version 23´s by thought alone, very important … !”

Models: Greywolf Fairey & Oralee Fairey

Photographer: Oralee Fairey

SynsualSyn Sawson for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

SynsualSyn Sawson: “Fifth Element Bride by Synsual Sawson sets a new standard for brides with this futuristic avante garde piece. It redefines the traditional skirt by bringing it up and imposing silver, interlocking spades further accentuated by a semi-opaque lace under skirt which accentuates the feminine curve and legs. The lace continues up over the fabric of the bodice with an irregular trim detail and matching spade interlock over the heart at the bust. The outfit is accessorized with a flowing, triple layered veil, held in place by a headband for maximum framing of the bride’s face. The spades show up again, in a much simpler form, giving the illusion of a delicate flower to the harder edges in the skirt and bust ornament.”

The prince has arrived for the royal wedding in Fifth Element Mens by Synsual Sawson. Reminiscent of the vanguard elite for which avante garde is named for, the look incorporates an imperial military aesthetic. The brass-colored accents on the collar provide a masculine edge, imitating a sun’s rays t o flatter the feminine silver of its partner outfit. The groom’s masculinity is further heightened by broadening the shoulders with decorate shoulder pads and the addition of two long, vertical lines of brass-colored decals that lengthen the chest and back. The dark jacket falls to the upper thigh, clasped by a thick clunky chain at the waist, contrasting the delicate interlocking spade sun ornament with its diamond center. The dual lined decals appear again in the dark pants, heightening the curve of the thigh and calf.

Models: Greywolf Fairey & Oralee Fairey

Photographer: Oralee Fairey

Thetra Blackheart for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Thetra Blackheart: “The Misantropiac Cyber Demoness  is outfitted in a black  latex  and leather combination.  Resembling a union of industrial, rave and sci cyber fashion. Luminous additions such as crinoline and collar add to the ‘FUTURISTIC’ factor in this outfit.  Much detail has been applied to every aspect of the ensemble. Neon and black  mesh  has been stitched into every leather panel of the  train.  Body modifications are done with taste and great care to accentuate the outfit and not distract. This outfit is something you would see at the  Slimelight in London.  To complette this outfit  the skin hair and boots are included.

Misantropiac Cyber Demon will command attention for any man wearing this.  Special details applied to every leather, latex and chain portion of this ensemble.  Cyber kilt is adorned with UV-reactive materials and complimented by the adrogynous adornments. The Superfluous uni-goggle is syncronized and gives this design the look into the future.   Body modifications are tasteful and complete the look.  The skin, hair and shoes are included.

Models: Redclaw Inshan & Wicca Merlin

Photographer: Wicca Merlin

Mayden Ushimawa for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Mayden Ushimawa:” The theme this week is very creative. I concentrated more on the creation of attach and less in the creation of the dress. I wished minimum one more week to refine and enrich all prims attach.

I thought about the future, where everything is possible (with the imagination) and I wanted to represent two robotics human , with features that are only science fiction.
The clothes are in latex, for the woman I used my favorite colors: white and fuxsia,
while for men blue and for the glow parts I wanted to use yellow to contrast.

…How know if one day the technology will come to this!”

Models: Redclaw Inshan & Wicca Merlin

Photographer: Wicca Merlin

Nefertiti Kimagawa for “Claim the Fame”: Week 6 – Cyber & Future Couture

For the 6th week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a Cyber or Future Couture attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/05/claim-the-fame-6/)

All designs are available at the KULT District (for slurl please click here)

Nefertiti Kimagawa:” We are now going to head to a Cyber club that is literally Cyber.  Nik Is that club’s most popular dj and with his turntables on him, he roams the dance floor playing the hits of the year 2157.  His body is beginning to digitize and turning him into a hologram that can only mean one thing, the party is really about to get started!

On the hovering dance pads, Luna is dancing to beat in her glowing pink outift.  Like Nik, Her body is beginning to digitize into a hologram.”

Models: Redclaw Inshan & Wicca Merlin

Photographer: Wicca Merlin

PNP Pose Show – Review

Last Sunday the OGlam Agency presented the first show for PNP Poses made by  Spishak Sorbet.  Spishak Sorbet made a lot of new runway poses that were show cased by the OGlam models. It was an honor as well as a pleasure for me, that I was allowed to be part of that amazing show. The show was sponsored by Apple May, Azoury, Sascha’s Design, Champagne, Priviledge, !Silken Moon and Finesmith Designs. To give a short impression of that amazing show I would like to show you the outfits and poses I was allowed to showcase on the Runway.

My first outfit came from Apple May and was called “Cheery”. For skins we were sent to !Silken Moon and for “Cheery” I decided to wear the “Blog Frog” skin of the Rebel II series. The green eyeshadow and lips were the perfect addition to the color- and playful outfit. The jewelry for sure comes from Finesmith – and yes it is no secret that I adore yula’s creations as well as her genius designing skills and ideas 😉 – for this outfit I chose parts of the new “Rusalka Inspiration” set that matched the colors of the outfit and skin perfectly! For shoes we were allowed to pick from the great Mary Jane Shoes, made by Infiniti Mirihi. For this outfit the new “Cheeky” pumps in red where the perfect addition.

For this outfit I picked poses from PNP of the “PNP Runway – Mode” series.

The poses I used for the show were the “PNP Runway – Model 6, 28, 30, 42, 50

The second outfit I was wearing walking down the runway was made by Azoury and carries the name “Tenue Tooti”. The skin as well is from the Rebel II line of !Silken Moon and is called “L8ter G8ter” The jewelry as well for sure is made by Finesmith Designs and it is a mix of the “Vivienne Inspiration” set (earrings & headpiece), the “Ash” collar and let me add the fingernails as they are from Finesmith Designs as well, the “Finesmith Nails Painter v.1”

This dress was a real challenge to pose with the big sculpted prim that makes the skirt. But a few of the “PNP Runway – Dress” poses wer able to take the challenge and win 😉

For this outfit I used the “PNP Runway – Dress” poses 11, 44, 51, 56 and 63.

From Sascha’s Design I got the wonderful black “Zephra” gown. Again I used a skin of the Rebel II line of !Silken Moon , this time the “Mio Vio” skin. The jewelry is the “Idioma” set from Finesmith Designs and the shoes again I got from Mary Jane Shoes and they are called “Attitude Stilettos”

For the SAS Dress I chose poses as well from the “PNP Runway – Dress” series and it was the 2, 4, 9, 15, 24 and 46 that you can see in the pics above 😉

My 4th outfit was made by Champagne with a signature face tattoo from Garded Secret, that was made especially for this outfit called “Samba”. The skin is the same as I used for my first outfit and the shoes again came from Mary Jane Shoes, this time the “Strapped Stiletto” in cyan. The earrings are part of the “Valeria Inspiration” set, what is a limited set from Finesmith Designs.

For the “Samba” outfit I mixed poses of the “PNP Runway Haute” set and the “PNP Runway Dress” poses. From the “Haute” set I used the 2, 7, 10, 19 and the number 55 of the “Dress” series.

My last outfit for the PNP Pose Show was from Priviliged and it is called “Isadora Exclusive”. The skin is the last of the 4 Rebel II skins and named “Funny Bunny”, the jewelry set is the “January Colletion” from Finesmith Designs, the shoes are again a pair of the great Mary Jane Shoes – the “Satin Pumps” in white.

This time I again used poses from the “PNP Runway Dress” line to showcase the wonderful gown. I chose the numbers 8, 18, 20, 23, 26 and 27.

I hope you enjoyed my short review of this wonderful show and you take the effort and make your way to the PNP Mainstore and try all those wonderful and new poses 🙂