Oct 10, 2009

Something Wicked: A Halloween Treat

Something Wicked, produced by AVENUE, was without question the Halloween Fashion Show of the year. The event kicked off the SL holiday celebration and was unlike anything you've ever seen.

Guests came dressed in their favorite costumes and were escorted through the eerie darkness complete with skulls and ghosts, to their respective graves by Grim Reapers. Then from their coffins, they were treated to spine-tingling and bone chilling fashions from some of SL's most talented costume designers. Fashions featured in this powerhouse production included creative designs from Eclipse, Evie's Closet, EXXESS Designs, Diorsis Hair Design, Here Comes Trouble, Lourdes Laysan, Masquerade Parade, Nikita Fride, SkinTight, Smooth Designs, and Violator.

AVENUE CEO Rusch Raymaker in Violator

The visual effects of the phenomenal set were only enhanced by the haunting melodies prepared by AVENUE's very own CEO Rusch Raymaker as the lovely AVENUE Models presented an array of designs that would suit just about every taste.

Jesika Contepomi in Devilish by Here Comes Trouble

First up, were adorable costumes for the little ones provided by Here Comes Trouble and featured fashion forward updates to traditional costumes. Never before have witches, bumblebees and pumpkins looked so trendy and cute.

Kryptonia Paperdoll & Mango Splash in Rapier Tan by ECLIPSE

Mavi Beck in Isabella by Evie’s Closet Francheska Blond by Diorsis Hair Design Jewelry by*Shine* – Enchanted Mask by Illusions – Le Fleur

We also saw a few cool looks for couples that ranged from sinister to medieval. These designs, from Eclipse and Evie's Closet were perfect for Halloween or role play.

Kryptonia Paperdoll in Rebel by Nikita Fride

Poptart Lilliehook in Hardlight Harlot by Lourdes Laysan

Jesika Contepomi in Outcast by EXXESS Design

Also featured were hot looks for the ladies which included bold, powerful and sexy looks from Nikita Fride, Lourdes Laysan, and Exxess that are guaranteed to show the world that you mean business.

Mavi Beck in Dark Empress by Smooth Designs

Nezsy Herstein in Pierrot in Domino by Masquerade Parade

Smooth Designs and Masquerade Parade offered looks for fashionistas who dress to impress and seek realistic designs that are unique, stylish, and highly detailed.

Haruka Kish in Black Swan Theory by VIOLATOR

Lovers of haute couture were treated to the innovative creations of Violator. Finally, hair and skin designs provided by Diorsis Hair Designs and SkinTight contributed to the wickedness of the looks presented.

Overall, Something Wicked was indeed a spooktacular fashion experience that people are still talking about. Follow this link to see more of the amazing fashions.

*Photos by Sharron Schuman and Tillie Ariantho*


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