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Archive for October, 2007
The Pirate of the Skies
The air pirate fancies himself to be a dashing fellow.Â He likes to look smart while cruising the skies in his airship, always on the lookout for unwary innocents from whom to liberate negotiable currency, goods for trade, or other items of value.Â He is always unfailingly polite, even friendly, as he smoothly removes your wallet or purse from your person.Â He’s quite likely to tip his hat as he does so.Â You may even find yourselfÂ thanking him afterward.
In all actuality, he feels that he has never looked more dashing than in the new Trilogy Coat (L$200), created by Disembodied Hand of Steam Powered Industries.Â It’s the perfect addition to his rakish image.Â In his line of work, imageÂ can beÂ everything. Read the rest of this entry »
The Pirate of the Prairie
Pirates can be a bit harder to spot on land.Â They tend to dress very differently than doÂ sea pirates.Â Some might argue that a better term would be highwayman, but I’d have to argue back that there are no highways across the prairie–just the rails that mark the old paths of the great iron horse.Â Land pirates have the same base motives as their seagoing brethren,Â though:Â they’re happy to assist with parting you from your money, or from anything they might feel they need more than you do.Â All in all, they’re much the same, certainly a bit dustier, and no more welcome as unexpected guests than those traveling under the Jolly Roger.Â And their livesÂ can be just asÂ lonely. Read the rest of this entry »
Look. Now look hard. This is Banneret, the latest release from artist hyasynth Tiramisu of Silent Sparrow. There are more clothes for women than for men at the shop, but the outfits for men, like Banneret, are exceptional. There are four versions (400L$ each, fat pack 1200L$). Each is the same shape, each has prim cuffs and the innovative straight prim collar with buttons. And each comes with gloves, trousers and a jacket that can be worn on its own or with a flexi-prim tunic extension. This version is called Twilight. Think it’s just black? Look again. Look at that purple piping trim. Each has different coloured details. Now look harder. Each has a different intricate brocade pattern, soft black on hard black. There are secrets about black. But the real story of Silent Sparrow is the story of colours you cannot see. Read the rest of this entry »
Press Release from Second Guy Clothiers
October 25, 2007
Contact LB Fellini or Balthazar Balhaus
SL’sÂ first award for new designers of men’s clothes
Today Second Guy Clothiers announces the Ballini Award, which will recognize new designers of quality men’s clothes. Four awards will be given in the areas of Business, Casual, Athletic, and Rebel Cool. The winner in each category will receive a cash award of L$10,000, a 1/4Â page ad in Second Style MagazineÂ (value L$3000) and oneÂ month of free retail space at Second Guy Clothiers including promotion.
Judging will be done by a distinguished panel in the world of men’s fashion: Ryan Darragh of Men’s Second Style, Swaffette Firefly of SF Design, Jesseaitui Petion of Aitui, and Ben Vanguard of SLMen.com. “Second Guy was founded on the principle of quality clothing for men and we are excited to help bring the best new talent in that area to public attention,” said BalthazarÂ Balhaus of the Ballini Suite. Read the rest of this entry »
The Pirate of the Seas
Ah, the lonely lifeÂ of the pirate.Â There’s something darkly romantic about the idea of the dangerous gentleman (or scoundrel) who make his risky and unconventional living plying the sea lanes for riches, rum,Â and other desirable commodities.Â Designer swaffette Firely of SF Design brings her considerable talents to bear on this interpretation of the classic pirate captain’s attire of choice.Â The new Captain’s Frock Coat (L$180) comes in both Black, as shown here, and a dashing Red.Â Either will impress the surly midshipman,Â craven deckhand, or about-to-be-boarded adversary.Â Clearly, the man wearing this coat is not one to be trifled with. Read the rest of this entry »
New at Solange! by Solange Cerveau is “Monsieur,” a sophisticated ensemble perfect for the man looking for something that’s classic yet original, fresh yet not trendy orÂ clichÃ©d.Â Shown here in blue, “Monsieur” is also available in Black, Brown, Green, Purple and Red.Â The cloth textures are delicately drawn, with strong colors and patterns that give the fabrics a luxurious look and feel that’s reminiscent of fine tapestry.Â The set is designed for maximum flexbility and includes two jackets (one light, as shown here, and one dark), pleated corduroy pants, tucked shirt for dressy wear, unbuttoned shirt, and unbuttoned shirt with simple white tee underneath.Â A shirt/pants combination, designed to be worn together, gives you a belt with a natural dip and proper shadow shading in front, rather than simply running along the edge of the two garments.Â It’s a subtle difference that may not be immediately noticed, but the feel is much more natural than the default high waist and perfectly straight, level (and boring) beltline. Read the rest of this entry »
Tony opened the door to the church slowly and peeked in. The smell of the empty cathedral rushed over him. The aromas of hundreds of people who had been tramping in and out, giving thanks or confessing sins, mingled and took him back to when he was a kid and his mother made him be an altar boy. It would make him a good man, she used to say. He was glad she wasn’t around to see him now. The cathedral was empty now. The good Padre and his minions were finished with it for the day. He slid between the doors and stood, huddling at the back. The memories flooded over him. He looked down at himself, seeing once again the long robes he wore as he strode through the isles during the services. He could still remember the words, he whispered to himself. His eyes focused on the present again and looked at what he was wearing now. Clothes he thought he could never afford, clothes his parents never would afford. He ran his hand over the smooth material of his jacket; it was as dark as blood. He rubbed his hand across a sleeve, marking how the pattern there matched the collar. His green shirt and tie contrasted and coordinated with the jacket beautifully. Read the rest of this entry »
Hear ye, hear ye! Fellow floor-moppers, window-washers and dance-padders!
All of you just-past-newbies with more taste than lindens: Rejoice! June Dion of BareRose has taken pity on you. You now can spend like a Camper but look like a President.
How about two suits andÂ six shirts-with-ties for 140L$?
And not just any two suits. Read the rest of this entry »
You may recall that I’ve featured some of Yukirei Greene’s beautifully elaborate jewelry and accessory items here before, but with Halloween right around the corner it seems like a good time to highlight a few of her newer pieces.Â Now, I’m not saying that these are only suitable for Halloween or costumed occasions–no no, not at all!Â But if you’re going at all goth this year, you might find that these, or some of Yukirei’s other items, fit right in.
The three pieces I’m presenting here today are the Hand Scull Belt, the Scale Nail Necklace, and the Scull Which Tears Mask Ring.Â (All are shown in more detail below.)Â The Hand Scull Belt (L$250) is made of glossy black leather and is studded with metal rings in a complex chain formation that runs the belt’s full length. Read the rest of this entry »
The Drifter walks in the nearly empty bar as the few patrons casually turn to check out the intruder, the dust from outside following him in. The Drifter looks around, finds an empty table, sits himself down and looks around and waits.
He looks down at his dusty overalls, battered and torn. He frowns as he remembers how each hole was ripped, climbing jagged cliffs, chasing down a wild muklok for food, running from a bandow who thought he got a little close to her cubs. It’s been a long trip, but worth it. An old man in the corner rises from his table and makes his way over to where The Drifter sits, settling in a chair opposite. “Call me Doc,” the man says. The Drifter nods. “Do I know what you’re here for?” Doc asks slowly. The Drifter nods again. Doc sits for a moment, gathering his thoughts, looking The Drifter over. “All right. Follow me.” Doc gets up and heads for a door in the rear of the bar. The Drifter follows behind. Read the rest of this entry »