Collection de jeans créatifs chez / Bunch of creative jeans at: “Zanzo,” plus “Shiki”, “Signature”…

Ben Vanguard | - Tenue/Outfit, Casual, Night, Printemps-Eté / Spring-Summer | Friday, February 6th, 2009

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Style, Photography: Ben Vanguard

Pictures of the whole collection, Review and Credits after the jump!

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Concept low rise jeans by Theodore and Drusus DuCasse - Zanzo
We have so many jeans for men in SL that I crave casual pants that aren’t jeans, to tell you the truth. Not that among these full piles of jeans we didn’t have some that stand out for their qualities, but too much is too much, at least for me. When I discovered this collection of jeans from Zanzo, I felt like I could be happy again with new jeans! No less than 10 original designs (see above), a nicely worked photosourced base coming in several colors, some torn, some not, with drawings applied on them, in many different styles. I’m sure you will find one of them interesting enough to spend the low 118 Lindens you’ll have to pay to get a pair. They are obviously modify, copy, no transfer, and they don’t show the jagged bottom pants bug (beware some other jeans available at Zanzo are in the process of being updated to avoid the bug, you may want to ask the designer before buying them).

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

Also wearing: a wallet chain and a necklace from “Fing,” a ring from “Guillaume pour homme” coming in a pack of 13 different rings selling at a very nice price, dress sculpty shoes from “Kalnins,” one more very good hair from “Madesigns,” my favorite of the moment, and a very well done trendy cardigan and T-Shirt combo from “Shiki.”

Enjoy!

• Jean / Jeans:
*Zanzo* Union 82 Concept low rise jeans - Taipei 101 jeans (118 Lindens/color, Perms: C/M/NT),
@ Zanzo - Union 82 [Designer & Address]

• Cardigan, Tee-shirt / Sweater, T-Shirt:
SHIKI-EGGSHELL light sweater (150 Lindens, Perms: C/M/NT),
@ Shiki [Designer & Address]

• Souliers / Shoes:
Kalnins Shoes - Marteno v1.2 (450 Lindens, Perms: M/C/NT, resize & bezel/dial recolor script),
@ Kalnins [Designer, Address & SLURL]

• Montre / Watch:
[ hoorenbeek ] - Royal Watch - Platinum (1800 Lindens, Perms: C/NM/NT or NC/NM/, resize & recolor script),
@ Hoorenbeek [Designer & Address]

• Bague / Ring:
Revised ring stack colorway 3 (400 Lindens/pack of 13 rings, Perms: NC/M/T),
@ Guillaume pour homme [Designer & Address]

• Collier / Necklace:
Beaded Necklace-Coconut (150 Lindens/pack including 2 bracelets & necklace, Perms: C/M/NT),
@ Fing [Designer & Address]

• Chaine de portefeuille / Wallet chain:
Wallet Chain-Brass Knuckles (150 Lindens, Perms: C/M/NT),
@ Fing [Designer & Address]

• Coiffure / Hair:
MADesigns Hair - BERNARD - Shiny Black I (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:
EyeFidelity RealEyes - Sharblue (i) - SbZ (100 Lindens, Perms: NM/C/NT),
@ Pixeldolls [Designer & Address]

• Skin:
RAGE - TONE 3 - CHIN PATCH 2 (2000 Lindens, Perms: NM/C/NT),
@ Signature [Designer & Address]

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3 Comments »

  1. Those are GREAT jeans! Definitely unique.

    Comment by Perry Proudhon — 7 February 2009 @ 8:40

  2. yeah pretty funky jeans
    thanks for featuring hair - I love Bernard as well I was very proud of that style when I made it - it’s such a smart style that one and looks good on you.
    about the price of full pack it is actually 1800L - 1500L was introductory price - 1800L is still 50% off - just letting you know

    Comment by maddox.dupont — 7 February 2009 @ 9:24

  3. I know what you mean about the “jeans dilemma.” I also hate the jagged bottom of the pants bug. That cardigan is sexy.

    Comment by Beryl Landar — 11 February 2009 @ 4:06

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