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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Linda Lauren and YouTube-Perfect Together


Linda's versatility extends her self to many different 'mediums' (pun intended!).  Whether she is writing, reading, doing her Psychic Work, teaching or speaking in public places and on the radio, Linda is sending messages of hope, love and enhancing your life and spirit.

Another way to see and hear some of those messages are through her YouTube page.  Become one of her subscribers to continue getting her message of love, peace and joy!

The link below is for her page:
Linda Lauren's YouTube Page


This link to a special video is from one of Linda's Psychic Evenings of Audience Readings, always touching, moving and heart warming.
Psychic Evening of Audience Readings

'Angels in The Office' by Linda Lauren in the Best Of Second Life Magazine

 

The Best of Second Life is the best Magazine about Second Life fashion, trends, movers and shakers. Linda is a featured columnist! Check out her article on page 289. (under the magazine cover, on the bottom left, change the '1' to '289')


The Best of Second Life Magazine.

Blogs, Astrology and News from Psychic Medium Linda Lauren!


Angels In The Office Blog
This month, Linda writes a funny and fascinating story about working with your angels in her blog, Medium Rare™! 
Angels In The Office Link

What is your astrology for them month??  An intuitive look at what the stars are saying:
Linda's August Astrology Link


Linda's monthly e-newsletter is always filled with wonderful information, ideas and thoughts to keep you positive!  Sign up and get yours now:
Linda's E-News sign up Link

Linda Lauren's Game Room!


Linda Lauren's Embracing The Universe Center serves many functions.  A Library for educating yourself on all things Metaphysical; a seating area for conversation; Reiki Tables for healing the body, mind and spirit; and also a newly redesigned Game Room!  Here you will find a Ouija Board, Tarot Deck, Rune Stone Table and even a Lucky Fortune Booth that will surely put a smile on your face! 

Stop by and have some fun with these games!

Linda Lauren's Embracing The Universe Center!

Beach Time!


Cooling off has never been so much fun.  So much of the world is broiling this summer with record high temperatures.  Linda's solution? Go to the beach and cool off on the water slide, dance to the great music, lounge on a raft gently moving in the ocean spray, have a beer or 2!  As you cuddle, sit and relax feel the heat waves wash away.

For those of you going through one of the coldest winters, the heat of the sand and sun will warm you and carry you through these cold months.

Come visit and enjoy now!

Seers Beach SL-URL

The Angel Retreat-New Seating Area!


view of new seating area
As we spend more and more time in SL, change is one of the few constants.  From new designs and textures, to new animations, poses and venues.  With that in mind, Linda has created a new calming sacred space and seating area, surrounded by wonderful soothing landscaping and more.  Come with your friends and embrace the serenity, pratice your tai chi, yoga or meditate by the ocean.

Angel Retreat on ETU Abbracciare

Linda Lauren's E-News and Column in The BOSL Magazine!


Find out the latest news from Linda Lauren's Embracing The Universe!

A new blog post... an amazing new crystal Meditation Talisman and More!

Linda Lauren's July E-News Link!

Linda's BOSL Magazine Column this month is titled 'I See Dead People'.  Click on the link below, and go to page 238 for this fascinating glimpse into Linda's view of the Other Side.

The BOSL-Linda Lauren's Column

MAX THE CRYSTAL SKULL Video of Linda Lauren's Center reported by Sumi Portola


As Lanai Jarrico has reported, Max the Crystal Skull was at Linda Lauren's Embracing The Universe Metaphysical Center in Mountainside, NJ.  Linda and I took many pictures of Max and friends and now wish to share them with you.  Enjoy the video!



EMBRACING THE UNIVERSE- Linda Lauren and YouTube-Perfect Together


Linda's versatility extends her self to many different 'mediums' (pun intended!).  Whether she is writing, reading, doing her Psychic Work, teaching or speaking in public places and on the radio, Linda is sending messages of hope, love and enhancing your life and spirit.

Another way to see and hear some of those messages are through her YouTube page.  Become one of her subscribers to continue getting her message of love, peace and joy!

The link below is for her page:
Linda Lauren's YouTube Page


This link to a special video is from one of Linda's Psychic Evenings of Audience Readings, always touching, moving and heart warming.
Psychic Evening of Audience Readings

Monday, June 28, 2010

IN MUSIC- Quinton's journey through Music- Sandy Demina Reporting...


Quinton Whitman's (Tallan White / Tim White in RL) has an unique style that has been shaped by a myriad of influences. From the traditional Appalachian mountain music and storytelling of his grandparents and artist such as Woddy Guthrie; to the bluegrass and country music that surrounded him growing up by those such as Doc Watson and Johnny Cash; to the folk and political songs of singer/songwriters like Muddy Waters, Pete Seager, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, David Bromberg and Crosby, Stills & Nash that inspired him in his teens; to the intricate, haunting picking styles of an assortment of artists.

Throw in 4 years performing country with the Flaherty Brothers Band, a 12 year jaunt with the jazz/fusion band Still Portrait, then 5 years with the rock band The Ride, and you begin to understand the depth that is evident in his singing, playing and writing. 

SPOTLIGHT FEATURE: Miss Tropic Hawaiian 2010- Meet Aubrey Maskelyne- Lanai Jarrico Reporting…


Miss Tropic Hawaiian 2010 Aubrey Maskelyne
Staff Reporter
• Monday, June 28, 2010
Every year The Compassionate Coalition Hosts the Miss Tropic Hawaiian Pageant on the Island Sim of Oahu. This year’s fabulous event took place on Saturday June 19, 2010. Hosted by Twstd Ruggles and this year’s co host and Musician LANCE Rembrandt who performed for the first hour as the audience arrived and took their seats.
All 5 judges including myself got comfortable in our assigned seats as we preparing ourselves for the event.. All 18 contestants had to choose 3 styles to present. First were formal gowns.
These beautiful ladies had lots of style class and grace as they carried themselves down the runway taking a spin at the end and walking to their places on the stage. From the first round, already being a judge for this event was becoming a challenge. After tallying up our votes for the first round. The top 10 moved on to the next round....


For Round 2 the ladies wore their swimsuits and Swags. For the men in the audience I’m sure this was the highlight of the evening. There were some pretty hot swim wear going on. I think I may want to put in a suggestion for a Mr. Tropic Hawaiian. I would not mind being the judge for the guys. In fact, I would be right at the end of the run way waiting with the baby oil believe me on that.

Anyways before I get carried away in a day dream, the 3rd round of the pageant was the cake topper. Judges were given the opportunity to question these ladies. We each got to ask 2-3 each and casted our final votes based on their answers.
The moment of truth finally arrived as the finalist all held hands in anticipation of the Winner announcement. There was a brief silence in the air as the 3rd and 2nd place contestants were called.
Then Aubrey Maskelyne’s Name was announced as the Winner of Miss Tropic Hawaiian 2010!
Between the Wooohooooo, applauds and congratulations, Aubrey accepted her Title, crown and roses gracefully.

After the event I caught up with newly crowned Aubrey Maskelyne who met with me at the Media Center for an interview.

FASHION - Fashion With Compassion- The Black and Blue Fair runs until July 4th and a new fair called ‘The Summer of Love’ opens on July 18th- Persia Bravin Reporting...


Staff Reporter
• Monday, June 28, 2010
Fashion with Compassion


For most of us, fashion offers us a chance for self expression-and a little fun. Clothes reflect our mood, attitude to life and how we want to be perceived by others and there’s no greater thrill than a lengthy shopping spree to lift the spirits and make the day seem just that little bit brighter. Even in Second Life, ask any woman how she likes to spend her free time and well earned Linden Dollars and chances are, her answer will be a full on assault of the grids finest boutiques. But for one woman, Second Life fashion provides more than a fun diversion; for her it is a vehicle of positive change and a tool to highlight awareness of some very real life issues that can affect any of us at any time in our lives. 

Keira Seerose is a self confessed fashion lover, but a debilitating health problem means that in real life, she doesn’t get many opportunities to indulge in her passion. Keira suffers from acute social anxiety disorder, a condition which leaves people anxious in social situations and can strike without warning in either childhood or as an adult. While most people in her situation would hide away, Kiera decided to use the fashion world of Second Life as a platform to highlight mental and emotional illness-a subject that even now, can be taboo despite an estimated 450 million people suffering from some form of mental health issue worldwide. Moved by these statistics, Keira decided to launch ‘The Black and Blue Fair’ a fashion event organised in partnership with some of the grids top designers to help raise awareness-not funds-and to encourage SL residents to think about mental health issues in a new light.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Imagine Magazine -June 2010 Issue 5- Lanai Jarrico Pioneer & Visionary- Hugen Ocello Reporting...



  •  Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Check out an exclusive interview with Lanai Jarrico
at www.imagineofsl.com

FASHION: Mr. Virtual World 2010 - Mr. Australia - Lacy Muircastle reporting ...


Mr. Australia - Mikey Batriani
And the winner is .....
Mr. Australia - Mikey Batriani

[13:03] Mikey Batriani shouts: Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank everyone who made this possible! this is an aboslute honor and I would like to say what a wonderful job these fine gents did today!!

4th finalist: Apollo Call MR JAPAN
3rd finalist: Romeo Torvalar MR PUERTO RICO
2nd Finalist: RicoRacer Flux MR EGYPT
1st Finlist: Trouble Inglewood MR USA 

Monday, June 21, 2010

MUSIC- Successfully crossing over from RL into the metaverse on the soundwaves - Lacy Muircastle reporting ...


Ganjo Mokeev
Ganjo Mokeev SL™ musician aka GaryO (Gary Olivas) is a professional musician in the Denver, Colorado area in the USA. He is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. His musical styles range from blues, R and B, funk, jazz and rock. He plays his own original songs and arranged covers.

Ganjo had been playing other mmorpg games and was getting bored with the same type of Fantasy roles in each game, so he searched for other ones and came upon Second Life™. It then dawned on him that SL™ was a completely different type of virtual world when he began going to venues that had live music. It was at this point that SL™ caught his interest intensely.

Monday, June 14, 2010

MAX THE CRYSTAL SKULL follow up At RL LInda Lauren's Center reported by sumi portola


Max the Crystal Skull, (Click here for Lanai's Article) was at Linda Lauren's RL ETU Center in Mountainside, NJ.  Lanai joined us for a private session and the Saturday night lecture with Max and his custodian, JoAnn Parks.

This experience was one of a peaceful, healing energy that will continue for a long time to come.

MUSICIAN SPOTLIGHT- Seba 's Sax from Argentina _Sandy demina Reporting...


Staff Reporter
• Monday, June 14, 2010
Seba Sideways's been playing Tenor Sax for more than 14 years; at the present time, he works in RL as a Session Player in Jazz, Blues, Funk, Latin, Rock, and Reggae Roots Bands. His repertory in SL includes different music styles, as Jazz Ballads, Jazz Standards, Bossa Nova, Blues, Funk, Reggae Roots, Ballads and Tango.

At his gigs, Seba pays a tribute to great musicians like Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Thelonius Monk, Coleman Hawkins or Ben Webster, all of them highlights in North American Jazz History.
 

Interview
SANDY: Where are you from and how long have you been playing music?SEBA: I live in the beautiful town of Buenos Aires in Argentina and I'm always been a musician, since I've been playing music for 15 years so far.

SANDY:Tell us about the music you play.
SEBA:I'm definitely a sax player above all! I play Alto and Tenor Sax.
I love to perform almost all the styles of music always with a Jazz influence inside.
I think that there are no boundaries into the music and what mainly inspires me during my performances is the love I want to share and the idea that a Better World is still possible:music is such an universal way to communicate this!

SANDY:Which song would you most like to have written?SANDY:Of course "Imagine" by the great John Lennon!

SANDY: How did you discover it?SEBA: I remember that a I was told about this virtual world by a friend but what actually did push me in has been the chance to play my music and share it around the world :this is the magic in SL, you can really have an international audience,and this is something that it's not easy to get even in an international capital of entertetainement as Buenos Aires!

SANDY:Did you ever think to use your real name for what you usually do in Second Life?SEBA:Yes , because for me to play in SL or in RL it is the same thing.

SANDY:What you like to do here in Second Life when you are not playing?SEBA:I like to go and listen to the gigs of other musicians and also to Art Exhibits: I've become a friend of so many interesting artists inworld and it's always a pleasure to discover what human creativity can do!

SANDY:Do you think SL can be a valid showcase for your RL works?SEBA: Definitely I'm sure of this! That's why I'm so involved into the SL live music scene!

SANDY:Do you use other kind of digital promotions?
SEBA: I have my MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/sebasaxo)and I have my listening booth inworld (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Trax/158/110/27)where you can listen to the tunes from my brand new SLCD released in May 2010.

SANDY:Where do you see yourself a year from now:will Second Life still exist?SEBA:I think that SL will still exist and it will keep on giving a lot of opportunities to all the musicians who want to share their music all around in the (real) world!

Astrology News- Lanai Jarrico meets one of the real 13 Ancient Crystal Skulls “Max” at Linda Lauren’s Embracing the Universe Metaphysical Center in New Jersey.


Staff Reporter
• Monday, June 14, 2010
There comes a time in your life when you find yourself questioning the future and reflecting on your past. What is life all about? What is our purpose?
Lanai Jarrico Reporting...


Many of us have questions still unanswered. Others just live for the here and now.
I've always been inquisitive about our past and needed to know about the things that happened to bring us all to this point. Mainly my interest is in history, art, music and people who do extraordinary things. I love learning about our ancient past too.

Be it from the pyramids of Egypt, The Roman Empire in Italy, the Mayan Temples in Mexico, Atlantis, Ancient Greece, the oracle of Delphi, Mount Machu Picchu; a Colombian Inca site, and other fascinating histories and wonders of the world.

It is from those places that I believe we as people have all evolved from. 


Monday, June 7, 2010

MUSICIAN SPOTLIGHT-Noma sings the blues... _Sandy Demina Reporting...


Staff Reporter
• Monday, June 07, 2010
Noma Falta is one of the top acts in SL. Noma is a professional musician and singer who has toured the United States and overseas over several decades, slinging guitars and singing music from jazz to soul and rock to blues.

She is a versatile musician with a love of the blues but she's also a rich and soulful vocalist.

Noma has a solid classical background :she studied violin for years and she has been playing in a symphony from the age of 7. 

SPOTLIGHT FEATURE: Spotlight on Gloria Gausman: Wedding Gown Designer Lanai Jarrico Reporting...


Visit Gloria's Sensual Wedding Gowns on a Budget and More!
Staff Reporter
• Monday, June 07, 2010
“Gloria's Sensual Wedding Gowns on a Budget and More!” Interview/Review

Nestled in a corner of the Wiki Sim you will find a place with sensual Wedding Gowns designed by Glory Gausman. A Native of Puerto Rico, She brings her warm natured spirit and artistic talent into Second Life.

Rezzing in 2007, Gloria was bored just playing computer games and decided to do a search for something more and found it.

This former Wedding Consultant found her muse by bringing the SL Community her experience on what Brides-to- be are looking for. Gloria makes it a dress shopping experience that is special with beautiful unique designs that she creates for those on an SL Budget.... 

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The diversity of Zorch Boomhauer in Second Life-Sandy Demina reporting


Diversity, intensity, reverence and heresy with a breath drawn long sometimes stretched tense as silvered steel over wood and bone with the power of his evocative and thought provoking lyrics- That's Zorch Boomhauer. His music has a sometimes painful directness and honesty rarely found even in earthy folk, and his tales tell themselves as elegantly in melody as in his sometimes brutal words.




Interview:


SANDY:First of all some words about you:where are you from?

Zorch: I was born in Dublin Ireland as a young man and immigrated to the US of A when I was two years old. I don't really have an accent, but my parent had one so... basically I speak like my Mom and Dad.

I think I Should mention, I'M NOT SCOTTISH. Not that there is anything wrong with being Scottish... I'm just not.

SANDY:How long have you been playing music?

ZORCH: When I was 3 years old my Grandfather started giving me Piano lessons on the sly. My Dad was sure all musicians where heroin addicts and didn't want his son involved in any narcotic driven shenanigans, so Grand Pa had to keep the ivory tickling on the down low. Grand Pa use to get pretty miffed at my lack of concentration, and I really don't think you can teach a 3 year old to play the piano. But oddly, at 4 I started to get a handle on it. By the time I was 5, and placed in Kindergarten, I was seriously screwed. I was sure the Alphabet started at "C" and there were no letters beyond the letter "G". I knew all to well, there was no Key of "H", and why would you need to count beyond 8?

I feel I should mention the musicians reading this are probably getting the jokes and I didn't know about chromatic scales until I was 7, bringing the need to count up to 12.

SANDY:What instruments do you play?

ZORCH: Well let's just limit this answer to instruments I've be paid to play. Piano (thanks Gramps) Random keyboard instuments, Guitar, Bass, Banjo, Dobro, Fiddle and Concertina. I've spent most of my checkered career in music being a "Band Guy". Hired mostly because I can play a lot of instruments and sing harmony as well.

In case anybody is interested, I won awards playing Banjo, Dobro, and Guitar.

In Second Life I only play guitar because it suits what I'm doing. However, I do play in 4 different tunings. Standard tuning, Vestapol tuning, Drop D tuning and DADGAD tuning. Basically four different dialects of Guitar.

SANDY:How would you describe your style?

ZORCH: Single word answer... "Iconic". When I say that, I'm implying my music does not fit into a comfortable genre, but in spite of itself has it's own signature sound.

A more wordy answer would be, consider my childhood, I had a Grandfather who was a jazz pianist, and a father who insisted on listening to traditional Irish music. Both sounds filled the air in my formative years, and have probably colored my perceptions of music ever since. Layer upon that foundation, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Joe Ely, The Clash, The Who, and just about anything else wicked cool, and you have the kind of sonic stock pile that leads to interesting musical conclusions.

But when all is said and done, everything gets filtered though the "Green". I play a sad song, some hear "The Blues". But it's not the blues it's the place where blues come from. A music tradition over 2,000 years old called "A Lament". There is a subtle difference between the Blues and a Lament. The Blues is, "I wish I was dead" and a Lament is, "I wish I was never born".

SANDY:You are a composer too,how long does it take to write a song/piece of music? 
ZORCH: For the Record, I'm primarily a songwriter. My show are almost always 100% original music. On the rare instance when I do play a cover, my supporters have a strange reaction to it. It's kind of like witnessing a full solar Eclipse.

How long does it take to write a song? Your whole life up to that point. Of course that is the Zen riddle answer.

The last song I wrote, "I wasn't missing you at all", I got the idea for the song standing in the bed room. On the way to my studio to work on it, I stopped to make a pot of coffee. I sat down at the computer and started transcribing the song, and before the pot of coffee was brewed it was finished.

SANDY:How prolific are you?

ZORCH: I'm ridiculously prolific.

I've kind of prolific'ed myself in to a corner. Most people book you for an hour show, and simply stated I've got too many great songs to squeeze into an hour. I don't spend the hour trying to figure out what to play, but rather, what I'm not going to play this show. My supporters are great, and many of them have been listening to me for well over a year. I have a good idea what songs they Love and make a point to play them during the course of the show. Sometimes with a 60 minute time limit, some request don't get played and I hate to dissapoint my supporters.

However, I'm not just a prolific writer. I'm pretty sure I've probably got the most extensive body of available recorded music in Second Life.

The Available Second Life Discography is as follows.

"Songs in the Key of Green"
"The Sound of Red"
"Shades of Blue"
"Song and Story Vol 1"
"Shadow and Light"
"Ashes and Dreams"
"Retrospective Vol 1"
"Me and My Monkey"

All collections are available in world at the ZORCH Center, and I carry a bunch of vendor with me on display at my live shows. Several collections are also available via the zorchboom.com web site.

Just a foot note, all the collections listed were recorded in a two year time frame. And there are three collections deleted from the catalog.

SANDY:What do you spend the most time on; music or lyrics?

ZORCH: Well my music from moment one is music and Lyrics together. I write very spontaneously. I actually hear the song in my head. This is both a good thing and a bad thing. It keeps the songs from being limited by what I can play. However, it does force me to employ some odd techniques. Songs often have weird time signature, oddball keys, and really freaking difficult bridges. On the other hand, some things are really simple. It cuts both ways. Whatever suits the song.

SANDY:Which acts have most inspired you?

ZORCH: It's not really "Acts" that inspire me, but rather musical moments. There are million of them. The Guitar Jazz band section of Queens, "Keep all good company". The String section of the Beatles "Elenore Rigby", the epic sweep of U2's "Where the streets have no name", the scream in the Who's "Baba O'Riley", and of course, the first time I heard the Chieftains.

Music is the most inspiring thing in the world. When I hear bad music I turn it off, when I hear good music I turn it up.

SANDY:Where do you get ideas for songs/pieces of music?
ZORCH: From the unrelenting crucible of Life. While "Story and Song Vol 1" is my most profound work in many ways, not many people have a copy. Those that do, are waiting for the next volume.

SANDY:Except for other musicians what else inspires you?
ZORCH: The unrelenting crucible of Life. I'm detecting a theme here.

SANDY:What has influenced you to get your to where you are today musically? 
ZORCH: A quirky combination of arrogance and stupidity. I'm sure a more insecure and intelligent man would have chucked it all by now for a promising job selling insurance.

SANDY:Which song would you most like to have written?

ZORCH: Skullcrushers mountain, Johnathan Colton

SANDY:Let's start spending some words about SL : How did you discover it?

ZORCH: Zack Claxton wrote an aritical about playing music live in Second Life. So if the finger of blame must be pointed it's all Zack.

SANDY:what brought you inworld?

ZORCH: Ummmm... a computer. Is this a trick question?

SANDY:Did you ever think to use your real name for what you usually do in Second Life?

ZORCH: One of the cardinal rules of dude-dome is "Never use your real name". I've never used my real name in any of my musical endeavors why start now?

SANDY:What you like to do here in Second Life when you are not playing?

ZORCH: True confessions time. I'm a horrible Second Life resident. I show up a half an hour before a show to drop notice and TP to the venue. The reason I show up early is simply because TPs can be kind of dodgy sometimes and I don't want to be late for a show because Linden Labs dropped the ball.

SANDY:Do you like shopping or going to music concerts or art exhibits?
ZORCH: In world I only spend money on tips and renting a stream. I was a shopper once, but now that I earn my humble crust of bread via my musical adventures in Second Life, I don't really shop.

Since I show up early for all my shows I see all kinds of musical acts. But I don't seek them out. I just stumble across them.

SANDY:Do you think SL can be a valid showcase for your RL works?

ZORCH: I don't see an distinction between real life and second life when it comes to music. When I do play in real life, it's the same songs I play in Second Life. Anybody that checks out my music ends up at the zorchboom.com web site.

SANDY:Do you use other kind of digital promotions?

ZORCH: Just my web site zorchboom.com. I do sell a good deal of my MP3 collections right from the site. While I do have a "MySpace" page, it's not really something I keep after.

SANDY:Where do you see yourself a year from now ?

ZORCH: I have no idea where I'll be a year from now. I'm trying to get the real life music thing going, but maintaining the performance schedule I have in world is pretty time consuming. Time will tell. Not to sound overly pragmatic, I'll do whatever I can do. If I can book more real life shows I'll do it. Real Life pays better. On the other hand, Second Life is pretty easy to stay busy at even if you aren't making much money.

MOOLTO.COM SPOTLIGHTS LANAI JARRICO JUNE 2010 - Persia Bravin Reporting...


Image of Lanai Jarrico taken by Mina Pelazzi
Staff Reporter
• Thursday, June 03, 2010
It seems a bit presumptuous to call someone an ‘old timer’ when they are a mere 32 years young and extremely beautiful their real life, but Lanai Jarrico is one of the original pioneers of the now vast Second Life media circuit. She’s just celebrated her fifth rezz day which coincides with the fifth birthday of her long running and much loved newspaper ‘The Second Life Enquirer’ which she brought to SL after its initial conception in another virtual world.

Each week over the past five years, ‘The Second Life Enquirer’ has reported on all aspects of SL and the numerous activities of its millions of residents ;consistently building a solid reputation as the paper that is always first with breaking news. In its long history, SLE (as it’s known affectionately by all its readers) has reported on both the humorous-and tragic, and has also been responsible for some serious investigations into the more shady side of our virtual community, helping to expose real life criminals and griefers alike.

READ MORE @ MOOLTO.COM 

FASHION: International Fashion Fair- June 2010


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The International Fashion Fair. June 2010

For the Month of June, A French Company named Evenementia is happy to present the event of the year! - For the Past three years they have organized many  Events here in SL. This year’s event is featured in the SL Showcase.

The Principle of the International Fashion Fair 2010 is to gather up many of the great fashion designers, various styles and all those interested in finding jobs in the SL fashion world.

Doors Open from June 1st through June 30th. You can expect to see Photographers, Model Agencies, Performers , other Artists, Fashion Magazines, and Design Companies at this event.

The International Fashion Fair is currently taking place on two Sims; Jura and France3D Virtualya with many Great sponsors and Pros advertising their products and services.

Every day this month Evenementia organized several events including concerts, club parties , fashion shows, the Mister Avatar 2010 contest, a beauty male contest, and a treasure hunt coming soon!

“We want residents to discover all that is to offer in fashion by our public.” States Aiglounge Hastings.

If you want to know more about this event, please visit our website. It is updated daily and contains more information about this Month long Fashion fair

or contact Aigloune Hastings, Evenementia Manager

Visit: www.simode.net

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