Nouveau chez / New at: “Cattiva e Cattivo” and “Shiki Designs”

Perry Proudhon | - Tenue/Outfit, Automne-Hiver/Fall-Winter, Semi-Casual | Monday, February 2nd, 2009

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Style, Photography: Perry Proudhon

Reviews and Credits after the jump!

Loved this jacket from Shiki Designs the moment I attached the prim fur collar. Really well done fur on SL is truly a joy. Tactile and elegant, it’s a pleasure to look at! The leather texture of the jacket gives you the impression that the jacket is worn a bit and broken in, comfortable because it’s a favorite. The body is on the jacket layer, with prim attachments for sleeves, collar, and a skirt to make the jacket longer (not shown). I prefer the look of the jacket without the skirt. The double breasted buttons give the jacket a bit less casual look. I set the sleeve looseness a little higher to make it fit the size of the prim sleeve extensions.

Quality: 4/5 - Style-Originality: 4/5 - Usability (different layers, modify perms, amount of outfits put together with a single pack): 3/5 - Price: 3/5 - Value for money: 3.5/5

Under the jacket, I’m wearing a cable knit sweater from SF Design, tinted to match the bleached out jeans from Stellar Designs in Pumpkin (I love this color).

Lissa Maertens’ stomper laceup boots come in black and brown, in two different sections, the shoe body and the top section with the laces. Each section is script resizeable in increments of 1 or 5%. The boots are unisex and easily sized to fit any avatar. Nice details, including both the lace-up upper section and strap and buckle lower section. A matte leather texture makes the boots look slightly weathered, but not old.

Quality: 4/5 - Style-Originality: 4/5 - Usability (different layers, modify perms, amount of outfits put together with a single pack): 4/5 - Price: 3.5/5 - Value for money: 4/5

These glasses from Ottico give you a choice of 12 lens colors, 8 frame textures, 4 levels of frame shininess, 11 levels of transparency, all by touching the glasses and clicking the script.

I’ve finished this outfit with the Found Objects Copper Ring by Mhaijik Guillaume, and the Garrett hairstyle in “Tortishell Brown” by MADesign.

Enjoy!

• Veste / Jacket:
SHIKI-Black Leather Jacket TOKYO (390 Lindens, Perms: NC/M/T),
@ Shiki Designs [Designer & Address]

• Pull / Sweater:
sfd cable knit sweater TINTED, includes hat, hat with flexi hair, sweater on shirt or jacket layer (150 Lindens, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ SF Design [Designer & Address]

• Bottes / Boots:
Stompers Lace-up Boots (Unisex), Black (300 Lindens, Perms: NM/NC/NT, script resizeable),
@ Cattiva e Cattivo [Designer & Address]

• Jean / Jeans:
SD Bleached Out Jeans, Pumpkin (190 Lindens/Color, 1250 Lindens/pack of 10 colors, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ Stellar Designs [Designer & Address]

• Glasses:
*ottico* numero70 (size M) (400L, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ Ottico [Designer & Address]

• Bague / Ring:
Mhaijik Found Objects Copper Ring (75 Lindens, Perms: M/NC/T),
@ Guillaume pour Homme [Designer & Address]

• Coiffure / Hair:
MADesigns Hair - Garrett ~ Tortishell Brown (TB III) (300 Lindens/pack of 3 close colors, 1800 Lindens/12 packs of 3 close colors, Perms: C/M/NT),
@ Madesigns Hair [Designer & Address]

• Yeux / Eyes:
Natural, Blue (50 Lindens, Perms: NM/C/NT),
@ PixelDolls [Designer & Address]

• Skin:
Joshua Normal Skin Shaved Eyeliner (1850 Lindens, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ Damiani [Designer & Address]

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4 Comments »

  1. Nice Jacket Perry! I’m glad you took time to show it! :-)

    Comment by Ben Vanguard — 3 February 2009 @ 0:39

  2. yes I love shiki stuff - we just got them at kmadd city. that style looks good on you perry - thanks for a show and your comments - much appreciated

    Comment by maddox.dupont — 4 February 2009 @ 0:50

  3. Thanks, guys!

    Comment by Perry Proudhon — 4 February 2009 @ 2:44

  4. tibia waypoints Carry on the excellent work!…

    Carry on the excellent work!…

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