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Archive for April, 2009
Well, after being neck and neck all week long Niko managed to pull ahead for a 32 to 31 vote victory. I guess he’s the real å¤–äºº with style.
Next week I’m switching gears from Harajuku to rocker, since Autumn Hykova and I have 2500L each to rock your socks off. Autumn hasn’t posted on her personal blog, Second Living on the Edge, for a while, but for good reason. She’s been busy, taking a huge part in the Victorian Bushfire Appeal and more recently opening a new hair store, Tiny Bird. She hasn’t quite disappeared from the blogosphere, though, poppin up over at Of Deer & Dogs and as Bonus Jewnas with the Jewnas Bros. Seein as sheâ€™s hanging with the Jewnases, rocking out should be a piece of cake, eh?
Some days I feel kind of James Dean-esque.Â By that I don’t particularly mean anguished, troubled, angst-ridden, and overwhelmed with longing for Natalie Wood (or Sal Mineo). Â I do meanÂ what seems to us now a simpler time, when girls wore poodle skirts and cat’s-eye glasses, boys smoked without fear of consequences, and rebellion and romance were intimately related.Â I mean the brightly lit, soft-focus era when myÂ mother grew up and remembers well, although having worn them every day she just doesn’t understand today’s nostalgia forÂ yesterday’s fashions.Â I mean the kind of idealized Fifties that Antonia Marat seems to believe in with her whole being, and that she designs to within an inch of its virtual life. Read the rest of this entry »
Finally, a break in the stream of accessory-based throwdowns. Instead, some Harajuku goodness for y’all. That’s right, that Japanese neighboorhood in Tokyo which is basically home to Japanese street fashion.
The theme was chosen by none other than the mix master Niko Lyle, who blogs over at A Shout and A Whisper. A DJ and a fashion blogger, I actually was listening to his latest mixtape while putting this post together. Give it a listen, its good.
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It begins here for me on this road.Â How the whole mess happened I don’t know, but I know it couldn’t happen again in a million years.Â Maybe I could’ve stopped it early, but once the trouble was on its way, I was just goin’ with it.Â Mostly I remember the girl.Â IÂ can’t explain it–a sad chick like that, but somethin’ changed in me.Â She got to me, but that’s later anyway.Â This is where it begins for me, right on this road.
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Hmm, it dawns on me that you may have been wondering just where the hell I’ve been lately.Â No, I haven’t been on vacation.Â That would have been more pleasant.Â Actually I’ve been dealing with some RL physical/medical stuff–nothing serious, let’s just say that getting older is teh suck.Â You may remember a while back (October) that I mentioned some intermittent neck and shoulder pain I’d been having.Â Well, sadly that has never really cleared up, although it did lessen considerably.Â So now after, let’s see,Â X-rays and drugs and MRIs (oh my!) I’ve started physical therapy this week.Â The good news is, I feel great about this–the therapist seemed to know and understand exactly what I’m struggling with and how to address it.Â The bad news is, the sessions are twice a week for four to eight weeks, that time has to come from somewhere, and it can’t really come from the RL job.Â It’s bound to put a crimp in my SL time, so brace yourselves for somewhat diminished activity around here for a while.Â I’ll still be around, just probably not as much as I’d like to be.Â Did I mention that getting older sucks?Â
I think it might just be.Â An Easter freebie by Samantha Poindexter.Â In black, white and three colors (pastels, natch).Â Pick yours up at Samantha’s Shirts.
Sometimes RL smacks you in the face, shaking you up while yelling, “Pay attention to me!” That’s why you didn’t get any throwdown results yesterday. However, the voting did close yesterday and Raul beat me handily — 49 votes to my 25. I guess I’ll be writing about the loss in my Cry Cry diary.
Next week I’m against blogger and DJ Niko Lyle, from A Shout and a Whisper. Niko uses his blog to document playlists from his various sets and has recently released a couple of mixtapes. He also likes to features various favorite outfits he’s constructed, which is why I know he’ll have no trouble dressing up Harajuku-style for under 3000L next week.
I recently received an intriguing note from edo Tone, designer of fantastic formalwear.Â In the note (and I’m paraphrasing here), edo acknowledged the problematic nature of white clothing in SL and nonetheless stated his firm belief thatÂ men still want white suits and tuxedos.Â With this in mind, he had recently completed a white tuxedo of which he was very proud, and it was his humble hope that others would admire it too.Â He included a couple of snapshots for my reference.
I was intrigued.Â I decided to take a closer look.Â Â After all, short of nuking the site from orbit, it’s the only way to be sure.Â edo’s White Tuxedo for 2009 is a beautiful pieceÂ of work.Â I think it compares most favorably with Shai’s Classic Tux in white, which has been my go-to white tux for the last several months.Â It’s good to have options. Read the rest of this entry »
To begin with, in second life, I’m a DJ and manager at The Wharf.Â I host events for other Djs, as well.Â If you’ve never been to the Wharf, you are missing out on a fantastic place.Â Chester Howley and Finnegan Chesnokov are the dynamic duo that own the place, and have made it into the awesome place it is today.Â I love to talk to and meet people.Â And I love to share my music – hence the DJ thing.
You could say that I spend a great deal of time in and around music on SL.Â I enjoy exploring various places, whether its a music club, seeing interesting builds, or going shopping and doing things with my friends.Â I have met some fantastic people, and have grown very close to a few. Read the rest of this entry »
Will the stream of accessory-based throwdowns ever end? This week the accessory of choice is a book. Picked by none other than photographer and builder Raul Crimson. Chronicling his slife over at A Crimson World, he doesn’t often cover fashion on his own blog. Maybe its because every time I’ve seen him he’s been the epitome of style, and if had to cover all of his great outfits we’d never get to see any other content. Lets’s see how he’ll fare in the Throwdown. Read the rest of this entry »