Well Etheria2 has exceeded my expectations in so many ways, and it officially ends tomorrow at midnight. I wanted to again thank all the designers who participated, and encourage you to visit the event. You can still do so by clicking this link for a teleport directly to the event. I also wanted to thank the many, many bloggers who covered the event, you truly made it a success! I leave you with my own simple collage of the event outfits!
Etheria2 is open!
One of the things that I enjoy most about Second Life is collaboration, I like the opportunity to work with people and to explore the various ideas that come up – sometimes those that are not possible in real life are the most exciting ones of all.
After much effort on the part of many, I can honestly say that I am honored and humbled by the designers who have agreed to participate in my little shindig. I asked 5 jewelry designers to join me in a collaborative effort I like to call Etheria! And they rose magnificently to the occasion. Each jewelry agreed to create a new piece, and then to ask a clothing designer friend of theirs to design an outfit to GO WITH their piece. Frankly, I’m floored. I think that you will be too! I invite you to stop by our old riverboat bordello and check out the collaborative efforts of these fantastic jewelers & clothing designers! I want to personally thank each and everyone of them:
Mouse Mimistrobell, Dark Mouse working with Sienia Trevellion, Lark!
I am grateful and delighted by their participation! I invite you to visit their individual blogs for details on their wondrous creations, and here’s an LM to the event so you can visit and see them up close and personal yourself! Click this link to teleport directly to Etheria!
In my own personal collaboration, I worked with Sienia Trevellion of Lark. I designed my own jewelry pieces around the ‘painted ladies’ theme, and it occurred to me that a painted lady would want to draw attention to herself. So I created a necklace that is sure to draw attention! I named it, “My Lady Love, and Sienia designed a dress that would accentuate the piece. The dress is called, “Bedroom Eyes,” and our intent was that the dress could be worn to evoke the feeling of the era, but would also have a modern feel. I hope you like, here’s some pictures of the items!