Nov 4, 2011

The Paulse of Fashion - AVENUE Magazine

Graced on the October Cover of AVENUE Magazine was none other then designer Faint Paulse. Known for her unique and cutting edge designs Faint continues to mesmerize the fashion world with each season's release.

AVENUE brings you the Paulse of Fashion in it's October Issue.

"The Paulse of Fashion"
Cover Story | Page 34
Written by Augusta Carver & Photography by Blackliquid Tokyoska

As a designer, Faint Paulse is known for her creative prowess and creating exceptional and sometimes even unconventional designs. She challenges the notions of what is beautiful and chic. When you hear the name Ladies Who Lunch, the first things that should come to mind are carefully detailed and realistic textures, bold colors, wickedly sinful shoes, and, of course, high quality styles. Paulse is a talented designer who could just as easily be creating art as fashion. When asked about her inspirations for designing in SL, Paulse simply replies: “Anything and everything. It depends. In the beginning, I did a lot of custom work, so I was just making things to fill orders. It began monopolizing my time, and I wanted to do more of what I wanted to do, so I slowly got away from it. Now, I flip through fashion magazines when I'm in line at the supermarket or online. Sometimes it's a photo, sometimes it's a shape or a concept. It doesn't matter.”

Fashion Icon | Page 46
Written by ShaiLi Alex & Photography by Kallisto Destiny

R.icielli is one of the most famous stores in Second Life® and it is present in many projects and events related to virtual fashion, mainly because their products are so versatile and varied enough to please even the most diverse types of taste. There are customers of all types, from the most fashionable fashionistas who like to produce photographic essays, to the most basic consumers that are buying just for daily use. “That makes us very happy, because it shows how much people love and approve of our work,” says Fhara Ricielli, owner and designer of R.icielli. “To be honest, we did not have a target audience exactly. What we wanted was to get the majority of residents to know and love our store...and we did.”

Homme | Page 62
Styled, Modeled & Photographed by Brie Wonder

"Fall Into Sartoria"
Trendspotting | Page 106
Styled, Modeled & Photographed by Lulu Jameson

Read these articles and more in the October edition of AVENUE Magazine.

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