Sydney Fashion Week

Dusk at Sydney Harbour

The Sydney Opera House is easily one of he most recognizable architectural designs in the world today. But, the spotlight this week was illuminating quite another set of marvelous designs as Sydney Fashion Week twenty12 rocked the grid with multiple fantastic shows featuring many of SL’s finest designers. These designers really pulled out all the stops to make each of the shows breath-takingly spectacular! As hard as it was to single out one favorite designer — let alone one favorite item — I lost no time making straight for the Desir display following the show featuring Vivien Emerald’s awesome gowns.

Dusk at Sydney Harbour

I chose her Sydney gown as my pick of the week. Vivien captured the splash of the surf off the coast of the Sydney Harbour with the selection of perfect silks. The Sydney gown is cut to uniquely express the curling waves and fine mist, and Vivien even added a delicate shoulder fastener for the trailing veil, constructed from fine specimens of shells and coral from the Great Barrier Reef, and floating bubbles of sea spray! All in all a simply marvelous creation, which is a dream to wear. Tosy Xue’s Luce della notte scura Earrings, in deep marine blue, and Pearly Shell Nails seemed the perfect choice to continue the oceanic theme.

Dusk at Sydney Harbour

Wearing – Sydney Gown NEW by Desir for Sydney Fashion Week
Hair – Jessica by Amacci
Skin – April by LAQ
Jewelry – Luce della notte scura Earrings from WTG Jewelry
Nails – Pearly Shell by WTG Jewelry
Shoes – Absinthe by Nardcotix
Poses – Morgane Batista’s Pose Shop
On Location Lighting by LumiPro
On Location at Syndey Harbour – Australia sim

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