I finally made it to the Fantasy Faire. If you’re not familiar with this event, it is one of the biggest events for Relay for Life of Second Life, which is also a part of the Relay for Life fundraising of the American Cancer Society. While I support this organization in real life in appreciation for their work and what it means to me personally, it is a fund raiser that I also like to support in some small way here in Second Life as well.
Even though I was able to get to the event I was not able to fully appreciate the design builds as I lagged pretty badly. While I have better internet speed these days, there are certain places that I still struggle to walk in even if I get my rendering weight down to like 3000 and I derender everyone in sight. Though from the pictures I’ve seen and whatever I was able to glimpse while I hopped around it looks pretty magical.
The event ends in the next couple of days so you need to visit now to take advantage of some of the great items made by some of the best fantasy designers. Visit the website to find out what other events are happening within the event itself, because there are live music, book readings, auctions, a hunt and I even saw some areas for you to role play as well. All that and more to support the American Cancer Society’s vision of a world without cancer.
The website also provides you with a preview of the items that have been discounted and proceeds go towards the fund raising goals. This system works very well and I was able to just directly teleport to the area where the items I wanted to purchase were.
This hair pin/comb is a beautifully done piece that I made larger by stretching it out. There is a crown version that is bigger except the comb is the item for Relay for Life and since I was able to modify this it worked out great. The dress is also from the faire and is a gacha item and while I got lucky to get the rare one I was really vying for a common one in red. I may just have to go back.
Tres Chic is a new monthly fashion event centered around the 4 Seasons. For their first round, the theme is “Blooming Spring.”
I am so happy to bring you the first of many beautiful items from Team Seetan over at Azoury. Belissende – Ladybug shows beauty and appreciation for our beloved beetle. It is highly revered for devouring insects that damage crops. The ladybug (or Ladybird) derives its name from Mary(Our Lady). Mary was often pictured in a red cloak and the spots on the Lady Bug represent her seven joys/sorrows. Don’t forget to swing by Tres Chic and pick up this fabulous set!!
For this post I am wearing Lena Lush along with my standard SL head. Enjoy!!