Fashion for Change | Entry 4

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Hello Readers!

I am back with one of my favorite designers…Artizana. I am always amazed at all the wonderful textures and colors Dainie makes available to her customers in her creative designs. I didn’t think she could blow me away any further, but in her Fashion for Change release “Karma” she included stilettos for Slink High feet and they too are color change!  So all in one HUD you can change the skirt, blouse, jacket, and shoes. Talk about mix and match!  So when it came time to finish off this wonderful look with some makeup I thought of Madrid Solo of course!


“Karma” by Artizana

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Seductress Soil Umber Eyes & Bubble Gloss Lips by Madrid Solo

Thank you for reading,

“How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.”
― Wayne W. Dyer

Fashion for Change | Entry 3

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Hello Readers!

Fashion for Change is just overflowing with fabulous new designs. I could not let a day pass without sharing the latest from Lybra.

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This lovely gown is Nyala (striped) and made me feel like a Miss all over again! I am a sucker for amazing trains and this gown has that and style in spades! Be sure to come by Fashion for Change on April 11th to get one of these wonderful gowns for yourself!

Thank you for reading,
“Everything you can imagine is real.”
― Pablo Picasso

Fashion for Change | Entry 1

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Hello Readers!

If you read my last post you know there is a wonderful new event opening very soon that supports an amazing cause. I shared all the particulars with you in my previous post and now it is time to tease you with some of the fashions!


|the details|
hair > Monique by ICONIC
makeup > 1B Brown by Face Paint *FFC EXCLUSIVE* (100% of sales are given to Womenkind Worldwide)
outfit > Tallulah by KL Couture (includes earrings, necklace and bracelet) *FFC EXCLUSIVE*
shoes > Camilla Flat Sandals by Poulte (comes with a color change HUD) *FFC EXCLUSIVE*

So start saving those $Ls! Fashion for Change opens on April 11th!

Thank you for reading,
“Womankind always seems to be able to see a dozen steps into the future, far ahead of what men are able to see. And they have strength where we do not.”
― Roman Payne

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Hello Readers!

I am honored to be a part of Miss Virtual World 2015, Eleseren Brianna’s charity event, Fashion for Change.  This is my introductory post to share all of the details behind this charity and the amazing events and designers supporting this cause. Stay tuned for more!

Thank you for reading,
♛ Miss V Puerto Rico 2015 ♛

Womankind Worldwide is a UK based, international Women’s Rights charity working to help women transform their lives and communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

It celebrated it’s 25th Anniversary last year (2014).

The Charity’s motto is ‘Equal, Respected, Proud’ and its vision is of a world where being a woman does not limit choices, opportunities or rights, where ever she lives.

The Charity’s aim is to support local Women’s Rights organizations and smaller local women’s groups.  These groups, often at great personal risk to themselves, are challenging discrimination, human rights abuses and violence towards women within the countries and communities they are based in.

Womankind delivers the essential support – funding, expertise, contacts and publicity that these local grass roots women’s organizations need to amplify their voice, increase their impact and bring about greater change in their communities.

Womankind’s approach is not to impose a ‘top down’ solution but to help and empower the women’s groups it works with to achieve their own solutions and change. Womankind Worldwide also works in wider arenas, to lobby for change , working to influence the powers and practices of governments and non-governmental organizations.

While not being a very large charity, over the 25 years of its existence it has supported directly and indirectly over 18 million women and their families. In 2013, for instance, it worked in 15 countries, directly supported almost 141,000 women, and helped improve the rights of over 6 million women. In 2013 as an example, it worked in Afghanistan, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nepal, Peru, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

What follows is just a tiny example of the schemes, large and small, that it has helped.

Afghanistan – In Jalalabad WW helped a a legal aid center run by a local Women’s Organization to provide free legal support to 175 women, psychosocial support to 70 women/girls and basic health treatment to 46 women

Bolivia – WW helped 550 indigenous and peasant women leaders in 5 out of the country’s 9 regions to acquire the knowledge to challenge discrimination and they are now actively participating in local politics.

Liberia – WW helped develop a manual to help the police improve how they manage cases involving violence against women and girls, especially rape

Tanzania – WW worked with the Women’s Legal Aid Center in the Nyarugusu camp to support refugee paralegal units to take action on violence against women, and other human rights abuses, and they trained the wider community to recognize, promote and protect the rights of refugee women, children and men.

Nepal – WW helped Dalit tribal women’s political participation and their understanding of local political processes

Ethiopia – over five years, alongside another charity, WW worked with local communities to raise awareness of women’s rights, violence against women and harmful traditional practices. Just one result of this work was that 250,000 girls escaped genital mutilation.

That is only a tiny sample, the list could go on for hours….

This is a charity where even small donations can make a significant difference, because the money is targeted to make maximum and lasting impact. Some examples are shown below.

$20 US could train a police person in Peru in issues of sexual exploitation, violence and women’s rights to ensure that they better support trafficked women and women in prostitution.

$60US could train a community paralegal in Ghana, to provide legal support to survivors of violence, helping them to obtain child custody, a divorce or to keep their home.

$300US could train 25 Aymara women in Bolivia to educate other women in their communities on women’s rights, violence and leadership.

Looking at the figures, you can see that there is a real chance that money raised in Second Life could make a real difference somewhere.

Womankind Worldwide’s weblink is below – go check it out!

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Sat 11th April | Blvd Show 11am | Torben Asp 12 noon | TJ Oanamochi 1pm | DJ Adam01time 2pm (with fireworks)

Sunday 12th April | MGB Show 10am | Dani Plassitz 12 noon | Truelie Telling 1pm

Wed 15th April | DJ: Mex (SL Radio) 1-3pm

Saturday 18th April | Colour of Couture Challenge 10am | Performer 12noon Maximillion Kleene 2014 Avi Choice Winner | Show (MVWMA) 2pm

Sunday 19th April | Misses Show 10am | Performer 12noon Keeba Tammas | DJ 1pm

Wed 22nd April | DJ: Mex (SL Radio) 1-3pm SLT

Saturday 25th April | 11am Auction finale – Neck cadaver presiding | 2pm Final DJ Party – Walter Balazic (with fireworks)

Fashion For Change | Alphabetical list of participating Designers with slurls to stores

(accessible as of April 11, 2015)

Alafolie | Artizana | [ at home ] | Athena Couture | Azul | Baboom Couture | Celtic Wolf | Clowes Couture | COCO | Couture Chapeau | Face Paint | Ghee | Giulia Design | Immortals Avatars | Ireth | Kelini | KL Couture | Kunglers | {MUA} | LUNA Body Art | Lybra| Lyrical B!zarre | Miss Darcy | ::NET:: | OMGINC! | Paisley Daisy | Pink Ice | Poute | [Posh Pixels] | Razmataz | Sascha Designs| siss boom| Soul Designs | Styles by Danielle | The Stringer Mausoleum | TILL | Tres Beau | Vero Modero | Wicca’s Wardrobe | Xen’s Hats | Zibska






Dead Dollz for MVW

Hello Readers!

I am happy to share with you the lovely gowns Kiddo created for Miss Virtual World 2015. I have to say I enjoyed them on my fellow Misses and I enjoyed wearing them!  I enlisted my friend Geths to help me show them all of to you!




All of the gowns are available at Dead Dollz now, don’t miss them!

Thanks for reading,
“What you do, the way you think, makes you beautiful.”
― Scott Westerfeld, Uglies

Warning: Rambling Ahead!

Hello Readers!

Wicca Merlin is one of my favorite models and designers and I am just so thrilled I have gotten to know her better and blog for her. She always gives Geths and I reasons to pose together so we can show off her latest matched set of fashion!

Wicca was a part of the recent BOSL Fashion Week and had some designs featured.  Side note: I got to participate in BOSL’s Fashion Week as a Miss for the opening show where I styled my favorite movie, Harry Potter, for the Miss Virtual World 2015 2nd runway challenge. I was a fashion patronus!  Yes a fashion patronus.  I hope those of you who visit my blog from time to time can see why Silly is quite an appropriate name for me.  Anyways, here is my fashion patronus in case you missed it!


I didn’t make the Top 10 with this look, so perhaps it was too much patronus and not enough fashion, but I had fun with it none the less and that is what Miss Virtual World is all about for me. Doing my best and having fun! The details of the look can be found by clicking it and visiting the image on Flickr.

So back to BOSL’s Fashion Week! I was thrilled to be selected as a BLVD Fashion House model at their recent casting and as a result I was able to walk in one of their shows as a new BLVD model.  It was the finale show and I was deeply honored by the amazing models I shared the runway with.  One of whom was the one and only Caoimhe Lionheart.  She had written in her blog about how runway wasn’t really her ‘thing’ and I completely respect that.  To each their own, I always say!  Anyone who knows Cao knows she is a blast to interact with and this finale show was no different. She was a sweetheart and took photos of several of us as we prepared before the show and I was one of the lucky ones! I now have this LOVELY Cao photo of me in the lovely Jasmine dress by YoKana.  Thank you Cao! ❤

Silly Avro BLVD Finale Show

Now that I have completely rambled let me get back on point…Wicca’s Wardrobe!

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“Modern Day Bonnie & Clyde”
On me: Miranda by Wicca’s Wardrobe (Includes dress, hat, and gloves with SLink appliers.)
On Geths: Marvin Outfit by Wicca’s Wardrobe with texture change HUD (Includes everything except the hat, gun, and shoes.)

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“50 Shades of Wicca”
On me: Anastacia by Wicca’s Wardrobe (Includes dress, gloves with SLink appliers, collar, and shoes.)
On Geths: Saint Top and Dante Pants (both with texture change HUD) by Wicca’s Wardrobe

Geths and I had so much fun styling and shooting these looks. Thank you Wicca! ❤ Oh, and WordPress tells me my blog is officially three years old today! Yay me! 😀

I think I have gotten all of my rambling out for the night. Thank you for reading and happy shopping!
“I hope your rambles have been sweet, and your reveries spacious”
― Emily Dickinson

La Isla Encanta

Hello Readers!

What a weekend!  So many awesome SL activities! I LOVE working with SCALA and it was a pleasure to coordinate the VIP Rapture shows. They way people come together to make an excellent production happen is truly awe inspiring. Then there was today…my first official Miss Virtual World meeting! I am so excited about this for so many reasons, but the big news was that we all finally learned what countries we would be representing. I was thrilled to learn I had been given my 1st choice…Puerto Rico!  I am 100% Puerto Rican and my mother raised me to be proud of that fact. I was often asked as a child what I was “mixed with” and whenever I would share this with my mom she would always say “Tu es cien por ciento boricua! (You are 100% Puerto Rican!) Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!” And yes there was a fair amount of “Spanglish” in my house as my parents were the first and second generations of their families born on “the mainland,” (USA) so Spanish usage in my house was rather mixed, though both of my parents are fluent in English and Spanish.  To be able to represent Puerto Rico in MVW is a huge thrill for me.

Shortly after returning home from the MVW meeting, my SL sis Liat points out that the SL Blogger Support group has early access to the upcoming Jewelry Fair!  I was able to pull my head out of the clouds long enough to take the TP from my sis and have a look at what designers already had their items set up. There are some amazing designers there for sure and I will have more sneak peeks for you in the coming days.  I fell in love with the jewelry I have photographed for you today. It is so magical!  It went right along with my MVW mood and I had to share it with you.


Jewelry Fair Exclusive – Terra d’ombrA – ARACNE Pearl set

I love when events introduce me to designers I was previously unfamiliar with. Terra d’ombrA‘s designs are amazing and I know I will be going back for more!

The Jewelry Fair opens on 12:01am slt on Saturday, September 13th. I can’t post a slurl yet as the event is not open but…
To join the group, paste this into your SL viewer: secondlife:///app/group/2604ff63-a0ce-16c3-4675-48d760dc5332/about
To view other amazing designs that will be available visit the event’s Flickr group:
A complete listing of participating designers can be found at:

Thank you for reading!


Fashion is part of our culture, and it’s about more than just a pretty dress.
Joan Smalls

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