Anything Could Happen



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S T Y L E C A R D:

GizzA – Loose Denim Short  | {mon tissu} Slouchy Sweatshirt ~ Grey (option for long/short sleeve) | R I T A Hair Drk/brown Supreme BEANIE – By Naomie Dirval*REDGRAVE* – Classic Sneakers -Grey | MOPY Sport Sox white-black | [MANDALA] OKAKI Bracelet/Black | [MANDALA] OKAKI Dog tag Necklace/SILVER | Izzie’s – French Nails | blackLiquid – berry blast sheer shimer | blackLiquid – needle black liner | .: vive nine :. Daily Blush in Pink


Model/Stylist/Blogger/Photographer: Sera Ginger Tokyoska (gig1)



Vase with 12 Sunflowers

Dot-BE Fashion came out with this new mesh “Van Gogh” dress depicting the painting “Vase with 12 Sunflowers” now available at his new store location here.  Demos available at store to try on and must have a mesh enabled viewer.

Dot-BE Fashion NEW “Van Gogh” mesh dress

The NEW “Lori” mesh hair is from DeLa.  The “Spirited” mesh boho bag is from Aura.

New “Lori” mesh hair by DeLa

The wedged suede shoes are from Ingenue and is available in various colors at the Vintage Fair. This pair is in Chartreuse.

Jewelry by mE jewelry from Vintage Fair

Exclusive from the Vintage Fair, blackLiquid’s “Orient Express” makeup – Kyoto lipstick.  Also from the Vintage Fair, mE Jewelry – Aster Bangles, Nina Anklet, and Blue Sea silver arm band.  The double disco cat eyeshadow is from Loovus Dzevavor.

On Location at Virtual Asia sim

L I N K S:

Dot-BE Fashion

Virtual Asia Sim



Vintage Fair 2012



Fun In Acapulco

For the casting of Solo Evane, the theme was “Acapulco beach party” and I chose this new “Elise” monokini bathing suit from VoguE and accessorized it with LaGyo.  The Elise bathing suit from VoguE comes in various colors: bronze, scarlet, lavender, turquoise, magenta, and sky.  I love LaGyo jewelry not only for the details but because they are color changeable on each individual piece (the earrings, waves bracelet, and multiring).  And the new Audrey plateau heels from Redgrave also has a color hud, which you can change three parts of the heels so you can have a color block kind of style if you like.  This beats having to buy so many pairs of shoes and jewelry in different colors.

Sera in VoguE and LaGyo

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Sera in VoguE, LaGyo, Izzie’s, Lush, and Redgraves


VOGUE – Elise bathing suit

LAGYO – Suede Sombrero

LAGYO  – Alice earrings (color changeable)

LAGYO  – Macarons multiring (color changeable)

LAGYO  –  Waves bangles (color changeable)

IZZIE’S – French nails

REDGRAVE – Audrey Plateau Heels (color hud)

ICON – Hair with bun

REDGRAVE – Popping eyelashes

LUSH COSMETICS – Fresh Face lipstick

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Model / Stylist / Photography:  Gig1 Resident


God Save The Queen

Nevermind the bollocks, here’s Angry Betty from FasterPussyCat

Sera in FasterPussyCat Angry Betty dress

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FASTERPUSSYCAT – Angry betty dress (Westwood Edition)

FASTERPUSSYCAT – Harajuku Elvis Jacket (New store location on link)

IVANKA AKINA– Hair no. 28

IZZIE’S – French tip nails

ANNEXX – Loafer pumps with socks

MANDALA – Motsumame ring

BLACKLIQUID – Kabuki red lipstick

LAQ – Flirty eyelashes

CORPUS – Poses

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Model / Stylist / Photography: Gig1 Resident


Femme Fatale: Cora Pearl

  For the Fashion Teller “Femme Fatale” contest, I chose this beautiful “Constance” pink gown from PIPINS to play out my character as the infamous Parisian courtesan of the 19th century – Cora Pearl.  A courtesan is someone who attends to court of a monarch or of someone in power.  In those times, it was customary for people to marry to preserve bloodlines or to secure political alliances.  So it was customary for those to seek companionship in a courtesan.

  A courtesan was trained to be an intellectual and skilled at conversation in art, music, and politics.  They were often were also skilled artists or performers.  It was usually their wit, beauty, intelligence, and companionship that sets them apart from the average women.  In exchange, these women received status and luxuries.

  Born as Emma Elizabeth Crouch in 1835, when she moved to Paris from London she changed her name to Cora Pearl when she embarked on a theatrical career.  From there she met some of the wealthiest and powerful men in France.  She used her beauty and wit to get what she wanted.  She lived an adventurous life met short by tragedy.  Even though she lived on the fast lane, with no apologies or regrets, she died very young in 1886.  Cora Pearl was a fine example of a Femme Fatale back in her heyday.

Gig1 Resident in PIPINS “Constance” pink dress

S T Y L E C A R D:

PIPINS – Constance pink gown

 MADRID SOLO – Starry starry night blush

MADRID SOLO – Vixen eyeshadow 12

MADRID SOLO – Soft kisses 2 lipstick

ATOMIC DOLL – Vamp eyelashes

FINESMITH – Riri fog earrings and ring

3636 – Zephorah hair in brown

LpD – Kate skin in natural

Photography credit: Mahyeri

Model/Stylist by:  Gig1 Resident