OMG!!! Journey made a dress named after me!!!

God I nearly fainted as Herradura IMed me and gave me a folder with the new Prism outfit and I saw my name in the line… you can make a bet that I could not wait and imediately tried it on… the “Wicca” dress is a wonderful dress made of the mesh technique. It looks similar to the “Yoko” dress but it has a few tiny sweet differences. The little peekaboo at the top for example, that shows the cleavage so wonderful. The colors and patterns of the “Wicca” dress that I already saw are wild, crazy and colorful … crazy like I am :p

Journey.. it is a great pleasure to have aPrism dress named after me and I would like to thank you big time for that honor you have me with that dress and all it’s wonderful versions, patterns and colors πŸ™‚ I am sure it willnot be my last post about the Prism “Wicca” dressΒ  πŸ™‚

As far as I heared, the dress will be available from Saturday on at the Prism Mainstore πŸ™‚

(Picture by Jezzixa Cazalet for Prism)

Details

Dress: Prism – “Wicca” /underwater – NEW (mesh)

Hair: Rawhouse – “Willow”

Piercings: [ni.ju] – “Monroe” & “Chain Chomp”

Nails: Love Soul – “”Square Orange”

Sneakers: Hoorenbeek – “All Star”

Jewelry: Ticky Tacky – “Cotton Candy”

Skin: Silken Moon – “Rookie” /clockwork

Poses: Ever Glow

Model & Photographer: Wicca Merlin

Lexi Vargas for “Claim the Fame” – Week 2 – Formal

For the first week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a formal attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV Show on Metaverse TV. (http://metaversetv.com/blog/2011/04/claim-the-fame-2/)

All designs of the Claim the Fame Shows are available at the KULT District (for surl please click here)

Lexi Vargas, designer ofΒ  Brocade Tiger, brought a neat firework of amazing textures with the “clockwork” couple outfit that was not just formal in my view πŸ˜‰ As well I saw a light steampunk touch in that as well what really touched my soul πŸ˜‰

Lexi Vargas:”‘Lady Clockwork’, a striking formal gown in the Steampunk tradition. A three-layered skirt gives depth with two layers of striped fabric topped with a draped and partially jeweled top layer in the signature clock print fabric. The fitted, square necked bodice is a combination of the striped and print fabrics and the same theme carries into the beautifully shaped and traditionally fitted sleeves embellished with puffs at shoulder, elbow and wrist. The whole ensemble is drawn together by a semi opaque bow and drape effect that makes a dramatic silk waterfall down one side of the gown. Sure to be an eyecatcher at any formal event where Steampunk/Victorian dress is required.

The male model strikes a dashing note in ‘Lord Gear’, a formal outfit that has its roots steeped in Steampunk tradition. There is much attention to detail in this suit. A duel fabric jacket of chocolate leather and striped fabric skims the shoulder line, with the same effect carried into the pants. These clever styling details make for a simply stunning outfit. The jacket lapels and collar are decorated with gears and cogs and the pants with buckles and straps. A cream satin edged shirt with frilled jabot collar and brooch completes the look. This outfit could be worn at any suitable formal occasion enabling the wearer to stand out from the crowd and it would certainly delight any Steampunk gentleman worth his cogs.”

Details

Outfits: Brocade Tiger by Lexi Vargas

Jewelry: Alienbear

Female Hair: Vanity Hair

Female Skin: Glam Affair

Models: Harsch Sharktooth & Wicca Merlin

Photographer: Wicca Merlin