Lovely Dresses From A New Japanese Designer

A relatively new Japanese designer, Sayuri Cremorne, comes up with lovely and sweet dresses for almost any avatar to enjoy. Her outfits are usually very feminine and has a twist one way or another and should be attractive to many who enjoy SL fashion. And needless to say, as with many Japanese designers, her creations are very reasonable to buy.

Today I have two of her outfits to show.

The first one is called “Gold Fish Dress” which is a name so befitting with the bright hue of orange looking exactly like a gold fish tail. Gold fish has been an important part of Japanese culture just like koi fish which I see so often even in SL. It brings a feeling of peace, nostalgia, home, and most Japanese will have many sweet memories attached to kingyo, or gold fish.

So here is the “Gold Fish Dress” which is so unique that I just love it so much. The colours and patterns used on the top has a faint Japanese look while the bright orange (or maybe I should call this the kingyo orange) give it a stunning impact that makes almost anybody stop.

The necklace I used here is the same Grape Necklace from PISA that I showed in my previous post, but in a different colour that oddly matched the kingyo orange. It added fun to the look. And here again, I am using flat shoes to complete the look.

Sugarcube – Gold Fish Dress (orange)

Outfit: Sugarcube, Gold Fish Dress (orange)
Necklace: PISA, Grape Necklace by Bi-color Tourmaline (gold version)
Nails: J’s, Nail Vivid Pack (orange)
Hair: Cake, Berlin (black)
Shoes: Gbberish, Princess Pumps (rose garden)
Skin: Lion Skins, Cana Fair #3

The second one is HASU which means “lotus flower” in Japanese. It is a silky mini dress that comes in white and pale pink with the entire dress looking like petals of a lotus flower. I wore this with flat shoes and with this necklace and earring set that is one of my favorites. It is a set made with pale pink sakura (cherry blossom flowers) made by sinamon Loon of si*na museum which I have worn before in my blog. But since I have never seen anything like this I think I will continue to wear and show this here. 🙂

Sugarcube – HASU

Outfit: Sugarcube, HASU (pink)
Necklace & Earrings: si*na museum, Sakura Set
Nails: Love Soul, Nail Silver Gradation (pink)
Shoes: Phoenix Rising, Summer Flats (pink)
Skin: Lion Skins, Cana Fair #7

Written and modeled by Kay Fairey, CEO & Top Model for Evane Model Agency, Modavia Super Model and Top Model of Boulevard Agency and writer for the Best of SL Magazine.

Introducing An Incredible New Designer

Kariwanz Felisimo had only had her store opened for 2 weeks when I found her store in an amazing sim created by a Japanese lady, Sweetlemon Jewell, called Omega Point. My jaws had already dropped the moment I arrived to this ‘open sim’. Yes, it was an OPEN sim which means she only had 3750 prims to work with and she had created a world of Final Fantasy!

Then my jaws dropped further when I entered KWZ. A brand new store that had just opened and yet the quality of the vendor posters, the displays and the outfits that were sold were simply…..O….M….G!

KWZ – Anje Cherry in Omega Point

At that time (about 2 months ago), I introduced her to Modavia and the she was immediately sought as a new designer that must be introduced in the Modavia Fashion Directory. After Modavia, she was featured in the last issue of RUNWAY Magazine too (April 09 issue) right before it had its unfortunate closing.

But what more can I say? I have no words that can describe the surprise this new designer gave me with the quality of her design and work.

Anje Cherry is one of her latest releases. The amazingly detailed texture Kariwanz is so good at, is used here also and the colour of the gown which is neither pink nor orange nor brick nor peach….a very sensitive peach-ish colour that also caught my eye.

I cannot even describe this but all I can say is… have GOT to come visit Omega Point sim and KWZ even just to see what amazing work these two Japanese ladies have done with an open sim and dress creations.

Here, I used the Noir line of Lion Skins, which is actually SU based but made to look a little goth like. I like using this skin when I want a bit of mysterious feel in the look but not completely goth. I would even call this ‘fashion goth’ separating it from the goth skins that are in the market.

Outfit: KWZ, Anje Cherry
Earrings: +plus*, Black Pearl Earrings (dark gold)
Hair: Curious Kitties, Loehinyd Queen Hair (blackish)
Skin: Lion Skins, Noir 19

Written and modeled by Kay Fairey, CEO & Top Model for Evane Model Agency, Modavia Super Model and Top Model of Boulevard Agency and writer for the Best of SL Magazine.

A Colourful Pants Suits From Anubis Style

Not necessarily a brand new release but one that I like very much is this ‘Brigitte’ from Anubis Style. This is one of the One Soul outfits where Anubis Hartunian of Anubis Style and Mew Denimore of Addoro Fashion are releasing outfits using the same texture, each coming up with their own designs.

The explosion of bright colours and the flexi parts attached to the bottom of the pant suits form the main features of this fun outfit. It comes with a size changing gold belt that can be made bigger or smaller by clicking on the belt, matching earrings and a colourful set of bangles. As you can see in the picture here, the back cut is very daring and low revealing almost the entire back.

The skin I used here is Lion Skins SU Fair #23.

The outfit looks like something from the 60’s and I have found this outfit one of the most fun to go dancing in.

Outfit: Anubis Style, Brigitte
Necklace: *plus+, Disk Pendant in Gold
Sandals: Stiletto Moody, Bare Audrey (Gold)
Nails: bijou, Vitamin Color Set (turquoise)
Hair: BishWear, Empress (black)
Skin: Lion Skins, SU fair 23

Written and modeled by Kay Fairey, CEO & Top Model for Evane Model Agency, Modavia Super Model and Top Model of Boulevard Agency and writer for the Best of SL Magazine.

A Sweet Casual From "anuenue"

OK, I’m back to posting my looks and introducing great fashion in SL. Phew… glad to be moving on. I have to admit, I just could not bring myself to write and post about fashion for a long time, but I’m ready to go back to normal. So here I go. 🙂

My first post back is a sweet casual style from a small Japanese store called “anuenue.” It’s not a large store but one full of sweet outfits with very good quality. And Marea Kirax, the anuenue designer creates outfits that have a world of its own.

This set of outfits was shown in a fashion show I did with the AGATA Model Agency in Japan recently and it was worn by another model. But I fell in love with it and ended up going to the store myself and buying the same outfit set for myself.

The top is called ‘Many Dots Parka’ that is worn together with ‘Loose Half Pants’ both from “anuenue.” Each outfit comes in four colour variations so you can match other colours too. The top looks like a patchwork of different material that has different colours and polka dots but when used together, it forms an amazing harmony of colours that result in a very sweet design. The white undershirt comes with this top so there is not undershirts layer and it has a cute hoodie which can be seen in the third pic below.

The bottom is a unique pants that is rolled up on one leg only. It comes with an inner pants that is worn as an underpants layer. I wore this with a hair that comes with a beanie cap from ARGRACE. The beauty of this hair is that you never have to worry about hair prims sticking out from the cap as the cap is preset with the hair. The cap is colour changing by clicking on it so you can choose the colour you want to wear it in after you have worn it as hair.

Top: anuenue, Many Dots Parka (green)
Pants: anuenue, Loose Half Pants (03)
Bangle & ring: Lucas Lameth, Han Hana Bangles & Rings Set (Orange/Yellow Gold)
Sandal: HUB, Venus Sandals Brights (orange)
Nail: bijou, NAIL Vitamin Colorset (orange)
Hair: ARGRACE, Beanie (black)
Skin: Lion Skins, SU Fair 31

Written and modeled by Kay Fairey, CEO & Top Model for Evane Model Agency, Modavia Super Model and Top Model of Boulevard Agency and writer for the Best of SL Magazine.