Ferosh: A Visual Art & Fashion Experience is excited to some most of our predicted fashion trends take place in Second Life, and become apart of our lifestyle and our art! We thank all of the people who support our efforts to bring fashion to this virtual world as it has never been seen before.
Geisha is always called beautiful even if she is not
– Memoirs of a Geisha.
Style Theme | Animal Kingdom
“Rawr! The call of the wild was evident on the runways of the Autumn Winter Collections 2014/15. Animals of all kinds were embroidered, printed, and collaged onto every type of garment. Gone are the days of animal print conjuring up images of the local dive in the Eighties. This theme has been given a new lease of life using luxury fabrics, intricate patterns, new colours and manipulated on everything from coats to leggings, shoes to piping detail. The flirty feline pattern appeared at Céline as a sumptuous coat and as a cute dress at Chloé. Butterfly and snakeskin prints worked beautifully together in intricate detail on pieces by Givenchy. In Second Life ® we can hunt down pieces for this theme at Remarkable Oblivion, Revenge and The Secret Store.” – Kerasia Hexicola
It’s time for us to start our season’s style review as we share with you, our dedicated readers and fashion goers, some of our favorite photography moments from our stylists/photographers for this season!
“Let’s put a modern spin to the glamorous era of the Fifties – where the feminine form is truly celebrated. The more traditional cinched-in hourglass silhouettes unique to this era were seen on the runways of Zac Posen and on both Dolce and Gabanna and Oscar De La Renta RTW. Full swing coats, calf grazing skirts, tiny waists and elbow length gloves in luxurious muted tones bring to mind such icons as Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn. Another side to this trend was the more edgy side of the 1950’s; bomber jackets and cat’s eye glasses, leather jackets and capri pants. Our stylists were challenged with bringing this theme to life in their editorials and found perfect pieces from Second Life © designers such as Ison, Sonatta Morales and Donna Flora.” — Kerasia Hexicola