Wildchild & Muse, Nara Gown & Fan
Eliza Wierwight has been in SL business as a well-known furniture creator with her high quality furniture and art pieces. If you have even been to Frolic Mills’ resident or facilities that he owns, you can see a lot of her creations that decorate the rooms.
Eliza is now expanding her talent to fashion!
I am posting two of her first releases in this blog and the BOSL Fashion Feed as the first blog posts introducing her fantastic fashion creation.
The outfits are mesh based. But Eliza is attaching regular and/or sculpt prims to create designs that she envisions. Eliza is a natural with art and you can see this in her outfits as well. Every outfit she sells always comes with fun and interesting accessory pieces that the wearer can choose to use or not to use. Some could have hats included or jewelry pieces. With others, it could be some other objects like this fan I am holding in the pics.
Eliza’s outfits are all art pieces in wearable forms while being a delight to the eyes. She will be gradually releasing the huge stock of outfits she has already created in an outfit corner she prepared inside her store. So take this opportunity to take a look at her furniture creations while you are there. I can promise that you will be deeply impressed with the attention to details and quality she achieves.
The gown I wore here is called Nara Gown, which is a name that was taken from an ancient city that actually exists in Japan. The gown is elegant but also very bold in its design and I was pleasantly surprised at the realistic quality of the ‘obi (sash like belt)’ she has created for this gown.
Wildchild and Muse is a new brand that is definitely worth watching. Be prepared for some fashion-gasms!
Posted by Kay Fairey, CEO and model for BLVD Agency, Miss Virtual World Modeling Academy Executive Director and Instructor, Agency Director for Dione Fashion Agency, Fashion Editor for the Best of SL Magazine, Producer and Host for “SLTV Fashion Style – The Runway” which is a bi-weekly live fashion program by Second Life TV in SL Japan.