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PUBLISHER’S NOTE Welcome to the April 2018 issue of Kultivate Magazine! As you can see from this issue’s cover, Second Life is turning 15 in 2018 and we wanted to cover all of the festivities, treats, and goodies that Linden Labs has in store for everyone, during this momentum occasion. So our featured article is Second Life at 15!

and downs, the drama, the technical issues, and the naysayers, Linden Labs has proved everyone long and is still chugging along.

Community and friendships is what keeps a good place going and this is definitely true in Second Life. Many people have met their real life wives, husbands, partners, best friends, etc. From Second Life; while others have turned to Second Life as an escape from This issue also features photo essays on real life or a place to get emotional or sailing and nautical art, the 1900’s Paris mental support. Sim, and spring safari imagery. For our Places feature, we visit Luane’s World, Whatever the reason, I want to wish and we have a gallery spotlight on the Second Life and all of it’s residents a latest exhibition at the Dixmix Gallery. happy 15th, with one to grow on! Lastly we feature the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr exhibition and the Edge Stylists Very special thank you to all of our bring you their stylings for April. contributors, artists, advertisers,

It is hard to believe that Second Life is turning 15, I know of some people who have been here the entire 15 years, others who have just spent 15 months, days, or even hours. There are many real life businesses that do not make it to 15 years and Second Life has surprised many. Despite the ups

business partners and readers! Eles and I thank you all! Sincerely, John, Owner & Publisher of Kultivate Magazine


KULTIVATE MAGAZINE APRIL 2018 CREDITS John, Owner, Publisher & Editor in Chief

Maadi Benazzi, Contributor

Eleseren Brianna, COO & Editor in Chief of The Edge

Myra Wildmist, Contributor Stavaros Gracemount, Contributor

Jessii2009 Warrhol, Marketing & Social Media Coordinator

Second Life Cover Photography

Inara Pey, Lead Contributor Veruca Tammas Lead Contributor Ilyra Chardin, Contributor AJ, Contributor

EDGE APRIL 2018 STYLISTS: Onix Noir Jamee Sandalwood Roxanne Fyanucci Aella Illar Ceasar Langer Kultivate Artist in Residence: Sandi Benelli Pam Astonia Brynedarkly Cazalet Slatan Dryke Kody Meyers


TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURED ARTICLE: 15 YEARS OF SECOND LIFE PAGE 42

INSIDE LOOK: SAILING AND NAUTICAL IMAGERY PAGE 62

PHOTO ESSAY: 1900’S PARIS PAGE 110

PHOTO ESSAY: SPRING SAFARI PAGE 140


PLACES: LUANE’S WORLD PAGE 162

GALLERY SPOTLIGHT: DIXMIX GALLERY PAGE 184

MUSEUM SPOTLIGHT: DR MARTIN LUTHER KING EXHIBITION PAGE 204

APRIL 2018 EDGE STYLISTS: PAGE 222


FEATURED ARTICLE: 15 (CELEBRATIONS, PLATFO

ARTICLE & PHOTOGRAPHY:


YEARS OF SECOND LIFE ORM UPGRADES, & MORE)

: INARA PEY & SECOND LIFE


popular. In 2018, Second Life will turn 15! There are many celebrations, events, and upgrades that will occur in honor of this milestone. This article is not an article in the traditional sense and is a compilation of stories, articles, and press releases about Second Life’s upcoming 15th birthday. LAST NAMES TO RETURN TO SL AND MORE – LINDEN LAB:

Key among these is the promise that – after years of requests – last names will be returning to Second Life. No time frame is given – beyond later this year. Note that this is not necessarily the return of the “old” system of last names, but appears to be a means for people to more readily change their last name, the blog post stating: 

The return of Last Names – You’ve asked for it (a lot!), so we will provide a way to customize your last name in Second Life! More details will be available later this year.

As promised during the VWBPE 2018 conversation with Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Altberg and Brett Atwood (Brett Linden), Senior Manager for Marketing at Linden Lab, the company has provided a blog Another item which may well be of postpresenting something of a interest to existing users is a new “roadmap” for Second Life. attempt by the Lab to raise the level of new user retention within The post, which also serves as Second Life, with the post noting: something of a launch of Second Life’s 15th anniversary, starts with a  Themed Learning Islands – recap of the Mainland price Getting connected to people who restructuring announced on March share your interests will be easier 14th, 2018, and goes on to provide than ever with “Themed Learning an interesting list of items – some Islands.” Soon newcomers may of which could prove to be highly


share your interests will be easier than ever with “Themed Learning Islands.” Soon newcomers may start their adventures in one of several themed areas, so their first experience in SL will be among Residents who share similar interests. This new initiative is in addition to our existing Community Gateway program which empowers independent communities to develop their own newcomerfriendly experiences. Another intriguing change will see the Mainland Land Auction system overhauled, including integration with Place Pages and the ability for users to auction their own land.

later this year. Among the more general items listed in the blog post – at least for those who follow this blog – is a summary of some of the new capabilities and updates which are coming to Second Life: Animesh.  Bakes on Mesh.  Environmental Enhancement Project (EEP). All three are primarily covered in my Content Creation User Group updates. 

It’s also worthwhile that alongside of the EEP work mentioned in the blog post, there is also a project – no time frame available – to improve the Second Life’s Merchants are liable to be atmospheric shaders – which could interested in the news that the help update SL’s general Marketplace will see improvement, appearance and more easily allow with the blog post noting: atmospheric effects like Godrays. We’ve got a number of improvements to Marketplace in the works, too! We’re integrating many long-requested features that will help to reduce clutter and improve the functionality of listings as the Marketplace gets a facelift

The work to move Second Life to the cloud also gets a mention – and I’ll have a blog post on this up and available soon, largely as a result of the VWBPE 2018 event mentioned above, and also comments made by


with the arrival of new region groups on the Ebbe Altberg and Oz Linden at grid in recent weeks – a further new a recent Third-Party Developer Experience-based game is on the meeting. In the meantime, the way. Expect to see that, according blog post notes the work to to the official blog post, closer to enhance and improve SL’s the actual SL15B celebrations. performance both on the server-side and in the viewer. All told, the list of 15 expectations is an interesting mix of news, some of Elsewhere. it is noted that which those actively engaged in Premium members will see Second Life will already be aware, further benefits as the year as note. Others – again, perhaps notably the upcoming return of last unfolds: names – could generate excitement Additional benefits for merchants among users. I’m personally keen to with Premium membership, see the new themed learning which may have come out of / islands, and will hopefully have been hinted at during Web User more information on them as the Group meetings. project launches in the new future.  Linden Homes are going to get a I’ll also continue to cover the (long overdue) revamp. technical enhancements to the platform through my weekly project  Premium users will be able to updates. run Experiences that are enabled anywhere on the grid (unless specifically blocked by a PART 2: SL15B COMMUNITY landowner). This is again something CELEBRATION APPLICATIONS ARE many Experience creators have NOW OPEN! requested since the introduction of Experiences. 2018 marks the fifteenth Finally – and as some have noted

anniversary of Second Life opening


its doors to full public access. It’s a milestone year for the platform, and this is reflected in the fact that there are actually two celebratory “estates” ramping up to mark the event.

This year, SL15BCC will run from Sunday, June 17th through Sunday, June 24th, inclusive.

The first of these is a special Labrun series of regions – the SLB regions. These include attractions such as the Linden Bear Island and The Cornfield – although it’s not clear if the latter is modelled on the original “sin bin” Cornfield, or the more recent version used in the shoot-’em-game – but I’m leaning towards the former. The Lab will most likely be handling all the PR around these regions and the activities taking place on them.

As Second Life begins to celebrate its 15th birthday, our “crystal” theme aims to inspire residents to reflect both on the past and see into the future. The community is encouraged to use the crystal aesthetic and concept to creatively express their favorite SL features of the past while also looking forward into the future. The “crystal” theme allows for exploration of the tapestry of time that weaves together the past, present and future of Second Life.

The other big event is the one that’s become the staple celebration of every year since SL9B – The Second Life Birthday Community Celebrations (SLBCC) – organized by Second Life users for Second Life users – and it is on this event that I’m focusing here.

THE DATES

THE THEME From the SL15BCC website:

APPLICATIONS On Friday, April 13th, the organizers opened the doors to applications from exhibitors, performers and presenters. Those wishing to apply for any of these positions are asked to read the General Event Policies for SL15B, and then proceed as follows:


complete the Press Access form. exhibitors should then read Volunteers to help run the event the Exhibitor Policies and are also being sought. If you are complete the Exhibitor Application form interested in helping with things as a greeter, stage manager, exhibitor Performers should then read assistant, etc., then please read the Performance Policies and the Volunteer Code of Conduct, and complete one of the following then complete the Volunteer application forms: Application form. DJs should fill-out the DJ ADDITIONAL LINKS Performance Application form. The SL15BCC website Live artists should complete the Live Performance Application form. PART 3: LAB ANNOUNCES SL15B MUSIC FESTIVAL AND Presenters should complete INVITES AUDITIONS the Auditorium Application form. On Monday, April 23rd, 2018, When entering times in any of the Linden Lab issued an invitation to above forms, please ensure you live music performers to apply to be used Second Life Time (SLT). a part of the Second Life 15th Birthday celebration’s Music Festival. In addition, bloggers and press wishing to get full access to 2018 marks the fourth such festival SL15BCC to cover the event should the Lab has organized. It will be


held as a part of the official Second Life Birthday celebration, taking place in mid-June 2018. For the successful applicant, it will be a paid event.

your part and does not guarantee a spot at the auditions. We will review all submissions and extend audition invitations via email to the designated contact. Each invited act will have a short audition time (5 Xiola Linden explains things further minutes max) to play and leave an in the official blog post: impression on a panel of judges made up of Lindens and Residents. Since we started Music Fest in This panel will select acts to be Second Life, we’ve held an audition invited to perform at the Second showcase to highlight some of the Life Music Fest. Upon completion of musical talent in the Second Life a half hour slot at the festival, the community. Many of you have been designated contact for each act will performing for years in virtual be eligible for venues all over the grid, and we’d payment (subject love to have you come showcase to Linden’s terms your talent at the try-outs for this and conditions). summer Music Fest. All genres are welcome! From bands to solo acts, rock and roll to electronica – we Those interested encourage anyone to sign up for in taking part are consideration. The Second Life invited to Music Fest is an opportunity to complete perform at one of the biggest the audition application form – and celebrations in Second Life, and it’s to do so no later than Friday, May a paid gig! 18th. The blog post notes that completion of the application does not signify a commitment on the She continues: part of the artist to take part, nor a guarantee they’ll be called upon to While we encourage everyone to sign up, it is not a commitment on audition before a panel of judges


NUMBERS: THE 2018 SL INFOGRAPHIC comprising Lab personnel and On Monday, April 23rd, Linden residents. Lab issued an infographicon the Musicians who are selected to state of Second Life as the platform audition will receive word approaches its 15th anniversary. directly from the Lab via eThe last time the company did this mail. Those successful in their was, I believe, for the platform’s 5-minute audition, as judged tenth anniversary in 2013. by a panel of Lab staff and Both infographics obviously offer a residents, will be invited to potted view of Second Life which perform a 30-minute set at some might choose to take as spin – the Second Life Music Fest, and (subject to the Lab’s terms and but casting the platform in a positive light is what PR is about. conditions) receive payment for More than that, when all is said and doing so. done, the figures do go some way The auditions will take place on to showing the platform is still a vibrant place with a healthy (times are SLT): economy and a (broadly speaking)  12:00 noon to 14:00 Friday, June positive engagement on that part of 1, 2018. active users.  18:00 – 20:00 Saturday. June 2, 2018. The “spin” element might be seen The venue for the auditions will be in elements such as the number of announced in due course and all accounts created in Second Life: a residents are invited by the Lab to total of 36 million between 2003 attend the auditions as a part of the and 2013, and a further 21 million audience. in the last five years (for a total of 57 million since 2003, when SL formally opened its doors to the PART 4: CRUNCHING SOME


public at large). These figures sound impressive, but when push comes to shove, “accounts created” is a pretty meaningless figure. What really matters is the number of active accounts operating within Second Life; and the fact is that over the years these have been dropping – perhaps not by the amounts some might think – although it is admittedly hard to pin things down to a precise figure.

Similarly, the number of new user registrations (400,000 reported in 2013 and 350,000 reported in 2018) doesn’t add up to a major indicator of SL’s health – but, in fairness nor do they indicate any kind of major decline, despite the 50,000 drop over the intervening period between the two infographics. But really, the issue with Second Life is not the number of sign-ups achieved, but the number of retained active users the platform obtains. KM


INSIDE LOOK: SAILING

PHOTOGRAPHY: VARIOUS AR


IMAGE BY MIKE GILLESPIE

& NAUTICAL IMAGERY

RTISTS (NAMES ON IMAGES)


IMAGE BY MIKE GILLESPIE

IMAGE BY SANDIE BENELLI


IMAGE BY MIKE GILLESPIE

IMAGE BY NADJANATOR


IMAGE BY MIKE GILLESPIE

IMAGE BY CHARLEY KEATING


IMAGE BY CAMRON RAE


IMAGE BY BELLISA DION


IMAGE BY CYBERWYMM GRAYCLOUD


IMAGE BY CATHY


IMAGE BY PAN AEON


IMAGE BY SANDI BENELLI


IMAGE BY ELESEREN BRIANNA


IMAGE BY CARISA FRANIZZI


IMAGE BY OWL DRAGONASH


IMAGE BY SABINE MARUTI


IMAGE BY AUBRAY BEAUMONT


IMAGE BY CATE VOGEL


IMAGE BY CHERI


IMAGE BY KENTUCKYLDYK


IMAGE BY MYRA WILDMIST


IMAGE BY RICHY NERVOUS


IMAGE BY SORCHA TYLES


PHOTO ESSAY

PHOTOGR


Y: 1900’S PARIS

RAPHY: AJ


PHOTO ESSAY: S

ARTWORK: MA


SPRING SAFARI

AADI BENAZZI


PLACES: LUA

ARTICLE & PHOTOG


ANE’S WORLD

GRAPHY: INARA PEY


It’s been two years since I first visited Luane Meo’s Luane’s World and some fifteen months since a last visit to the neighboring Luane’s Magical World – so a re-visit to both was long overdue.

bends north-east, leading to Luane’s World – Live the Dream, a third Homestead operated and designed by Luane. However, as this is largely private rental

Luane’s World, home to Luane’s store of the same name, tends to change with the seasons, offering visitors something new to see as each year progresses. At the time of our April visit, the region was sporting a springtime look, rich in greens on boughs and underfoot, with just a hint of summer blossoms to be seen and flowers blooming in the grass. A visit begins (as always) at the store, located in the north-east corner of the region. From here, three paths mark possible routes of exploration. Two, marked by stepping-stones, lead the way south and east and south and west, respectively offering routes to Luane’s Magical World or out into Luane’s World itself. A third dirt-topped paths

properties (enquiries to Luane), we opted to respect people’s privacy and keep out, despite the public paths leading partway around the region. The path point south-west into Luane’s World leads you along the


Luane’s World leads you along the banks of the waterway which cuts between the region and Luane’s Magical World from the south, feeding into a large heartedshaped pool of water sitting at the center of the region. The path circles this pond, carrying itself over the little channel feeding it to offer the way to an old windmill on one side, and the way past a cozy little café to where it branches, leading the way past a tree house to a beach that curves around the north and west of the region. Above the beach to the west, the land rises a little, providing space for an old fort, watched over by a lighthouse sitting just off the coast. Throughout the region are plenty of places to sit, cuddle and relax – such as the little cottage on the little southern island or scattered across the beach. Across the water to the east, reached by either stepping-stones or a wooden bridge, is Luane’s Magical World. Hidden by a veil of mist, this is definitely a place for

lovers and romance. Frosted tree a spread across waters frozen in time. In this, it remains similar to the first time we visited in December 2016. However,

beneath the boughs, the environment has changed – most obviously in the frozen water replacing the snows. There is no set path through this region, it’s a place to wander and


and let go of time – although fallen leaves suggest footpaths to follow. Lights glow from the frozen trunks and branches, whilst waiting to be found throughout the region are places to sit and cuddle. These range from an old greenhouse to beds under nets to a hanging chair suspended from a leaf and watched over by unicorns, to a tent guarded by albino elephants.

make for memorable visits. Should you take photos during your visit, consider adding them to the Luane’s World Flickr group. KM

Elsewhere, under a table of rock at the northern end of the region there are tunnels and caverns awaiting exploration, while those seeking a celebratory meal will find it in an old gazebo, or if a romantic dance is preferred, the impressive ruins of a Gothic chapel offers a stone flagged floor and dance machine. Luane’s World and Luane’s Magical World can be visited individually or together, depending on your mood. Both offer plenty of opportunities to share time together, and both are beautifully designed (as always) by Luane, and

You can visit Luane’s World at the following slurl: http:// maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ Slice%20of%20Heaven/158/78/22


GALLERY S THREE INTO ON AT DIXM

ARTICLE: & PHOTOG


SPOTLIGHT: MIX FOR APRIL AND MAY

GRAPHY: INARA PEY


DiXmiX Gallery, curated by Dixmix Source, is currently hosting three exhibitions side-by-side by Second Life artists, all of which opened in April and run through (at least in part) to May. As is always the case with this gallery, the exhibitions are both intriguing and a little frustrating.

little nudity in places). Some might appear to be straight-forward almost studio style photos (such as “#1” and “#7”); others offer that

First up, and in the foyer area of the Grey Gallery, is I’m a Magic Marker (SquarePegRoundHole69), an artist to whom I was introduced – or her work at least – by Sorcha Tyles. “For me, Second Life is a way to escape into a novel that you write yourself, but with me, the story is generally without a plot, "Magic said at the time of her exhibition at Sorcha’s gallery. “Some images are cathartic, some are just because I like to look at opening to a story mentioned in pretty things.” passing by Magic, while some evoke echoes of art and artistry It’s a point of view that can be from other sources – notably #5 applied to the twelve images and the wonderfully eye-catching offered at DiXmiX. Quirky, eye#3 with its hint of a Jackson pollack catching and often featuring bold influence. colors which demand our attention, they present attentionAdjoining this in the ground floor grabbing avatar studies (with a


Black Gallery is Blanc by Oyo, a series of fourteen quite striking studies, largely of avatars, but also featuring landscapes, in which

Most of the images stand as individual pieces, each to be appreciated in its own right. the exceptions to this are “IV”, “V” and

white – and the title might suggest – plays something of a role almost throughout. Again untitled, given only a number, these are attention -holding studies which although free from narrative, instantly draw one into them each in turn. There is a vibrancy and life within each, beautifully encapsulated in their largely muted tones.

“VI” which form an impressive triptych-like trio of images (above), each on standing as an individual piece, but all three combine perfectly together to form a single and evocative whole; a glimpse of a vacation or favorite coastal place caught in the mind’s eye.


On the upper floor of the gallery, in the White Gallery space, is 12 Photographers and 1 Chair, by Mr. S. As the name implies, this is a set of twelve studies of Second Life photographers – all of them male, and welcome in an age where the camera is still often preoccupied with studies of the female form – seated in an armchair and presented with a glimpse of their own work as a backdrop.

couldn’t help but feel Mr. S had caught not only the look, but the very essence of his subjects through both their portrait and the selected supporting image.

My frustration, such as it is, lies again with the lack of liner notes accompanying this three exhibitions. With 12 Photographers and 1 Chair in particular, it Caught in the same lighting, the 12 would have been interesting to get Mr. artists, Yann Whoa, Aran S’s perspective on his M., Skippy Beresford, Dixmix images, and perhaps Source, Terry Fotherington, Gaus, Burk Bode, SL those of some of his subjects. This (usual) Senna, Moon Edenbaum, Oscar quibble aside, all three exhibits are Sabra, Vrir Resident and Serene well worth a visit. KM Footman, all make for intriguing studies; although I did find that in a couple of the images, the You can visit the Dixmix Gallery at supporting “background” image the following slurl: tended to draw my eyes away from DiXmiX Galley (Bay Port, rated: the main subject perhaps a little Moderate) too much. Nevertheless, these are striking studies, and with several, I


MUSEUM S OF MARTIN LUTHER KING AND H

ARTICLE & PHOTOG


SPOTLIGHT: HINDU TEMPLES IN SECOND LIFE

GRAPHY: INARA PEY


April 4th, 2018, marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. To commemorate this, and more particularly his work advancing civil rights through non-violence and civil disobedience, Adams Dubrovna has put together an exhibit entitled Martin Luther King, which is now on display at the Museum of Sacred and Narrative Art.

Then, in December that year, Rosa Parks also refused to give up her seat, and was arrested for “civil disobedience”. The NAACP, working through their local chapter president Edgar Nixon, saw Parks as the best candidate for seeing through a court challenge on the matter of segregation, and she so and Dr. King become central figures in the American civil rights movement, starting with the Montgomery bus boycott.

Across 32 display panels, Adams traces key points in Dr. King’s life, starting with an examination of his education, and concluding with his final public appearance on April 3rd, 1968 at the Mason Temple (Church of God in Christ Headquarters), at which he gave his famous “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” address.

This – together with the bombing of King’s home on January 27th, 1956 (he was preaching at the time) and his own arrest (the first of many) – mark the starting point for the exhibition tracing his civil rights activism. The panels the trace the key moments in his life and the civil rights movement in chronological order, many of them using Dr. King’s own words. These include the Albany Movement, the Birmingham campaign, the 1963 march on Washington DC, and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches.

In 1954 Dr. King became pastor of the Dexter Baptist church in Montgomery, Alabama. In March 1955, Claudette Colvin – a fifteen-year-old black schoolgirl in Montgomery – refused to give up her bus seat to a white man in violation of Jim Crow laws, local laws in the Southern United States that enforced racial segregation. King was on the committee for the Birmingham African-American community that looked into the case – but a decision was made not to pursue it, as it involved a minor.

Also marked is the King’s place on the international stage (through a look at their visit to India in 1959 and his opposition to the Việt Nam war). Many of the panels include Dr. King’s own words, making them particularly poignant, particularly the excerpt of his April 3rd, 1968 address at the Mason Temple. This reads as prophetic in light of the events that followed on April 4th,


1968. Wisely, the exhibition doesn’t unduly dwell on Dr. King’s death at the hand of James Earl Ray, but rather passes on to some of the monuments erected in his memory in the United States. On the floor above Martin Luther King is an exhibition of images and plans of the Ellora caves, one of the largest rock-cut monasterytemple cave complexes in the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India. It features Buddhist, Hindu and Jain monuments, and artwork, dating from the 600-1000 CE period.

something of a mixed media exhibit, featuring photographs, slide shows and information boards / givers. The Hindu caves form the first part of the exhibit located at the top of the steps from the Martin Luther Exhibition. It is center on a pair of large format photographs of the Kailasa Temple.

There is a route around this display – commencing with the early Hindu period, then the Kailasa Temple images, complete with floor plans, and on through the Jian caves and art. The information note cards provide a fair amount of information, although the information buttons on the slide shows might be a little confusing – they provide a landmark to the inworld store for the slide show The exhibition focuses on the latter panels rather than information on two: Hindu and Jain temples and the images they display. art, referred to as caves 13–29 and depth for those wishing to do caves 30–34, respectively. It’s further reading. KM


You can visit this exhibit at the following slurl: Martin Luther King (Museum of Sacred and Narrative Art, Mugunghwa, rated: Moderate)


THE EDGE APRIL STYLISTS


EDGE APRIL STYLIST: KITTYDARK RAGE

Styling Notes: Style Card Outfit Top - Zhora Design - Malika Skirt - Zhora Design - Malika Necklace - Zhora Design - Malika Earrings - Zhora Design - Malika Shoes - Wicca's Wardrobe - Ash Ankle Booties

Avatar Hair - Analog Dog - Evolve - Blacks Eyes - Mayfly - Luminous - Mesh Eye Stormy Blue Body - Maitreya - Lara Head - LeLutka - Simone 3.0 Skin - 7 Deadly s{K}ins - Junia - Oak


EDGE APRIL STYLIST: ROXANNE FYANUCCI

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EDGE APRIL STYLIST: ONIX NOIR

Designers from Neo Japan: .Shi - Airo Geta (shoes) Tableu Viant - Mei Hair E.A. Studio - Tunderstrike Ring and nails K-tarsis Tattoo - Samurai 03

Other Designers: R2 - Hakuya Liquid (coat) R2 - Hakuya Suit Ghee - Essential Thong Wicca´s Wardrobe - Dragon Earrings ALMA Makeup - Kumadori face tattoo

ALMA Makeup - Africa red lipstick (custom recolor)


EDGE APRIL STYLIST: JAMEE SANDALWOOD

Styling Notes: Body Suit and Kimono | Yasum – Geisha Nights Noir for Neo Japan Event Hat | ParxDesign – Izumi Kasa Hat Midnight for Neo Japan Event Pose | PosESioN – Japon 4 for the Neo Japan Event Shoes | Yasum – Geta Japan Blood Geisha Shoes Tattoo | Mad Dog Style – Japanese Cherry Leg Harness | ViSion – S&F Harness Legs Mia Hair | Elikatira – Lena in exclusives Necklace | Real Evil – Cora Necklace Lipstick | Artery – Beni Dyed Lip Shot on Location at Fuji Taiyou


EDGE APRIL STYLIST: AEALLA ILLYAR

PRISM Colette in beige Blueberry Cupcake Boots AvaWay Dita choker, earring, and bracelet *LODE* Winter Wood Mood in icy rocks No.Match No. Work hair


EDGE APRIL STYLIST: CEASAR LANGAR

Furniture: CJ Creations – Heavens Gate Nest Bed (@ SWANK) Tie: Heartsdale Jewellery – Il Divo Necktie (@ SWANK) Wings: Eternal Conflict – Angel Wings Pants: Ascend – Marc Formal


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ry and is in the style of a romantic Italian here you have to pay to be served. It is a FREE quiet and romantic setting. **


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