Nouveau chez / New release at: “Rfyre”

Perry Proudhon | - Tenue/Outfit, Costume | Saturday, January 19th, 2008

This new outfit, Eminence II by Raven Pennyfeather, is an interesting combination of elegance and whimsy. It includes three jacket styles all with silver button accents: one closed with burgundy satin lapels (shown), closed with black satin lapels, and open with black satin lapels; black satin slacks; shoes; a set of detailed black laced cuffs (very impressive!); a white satin shirt with silver button detailing; a black and burgundy accented collar with attached bow; a collar without the bow; and a full length flexi-prim black satin cape.

Accessories include an ebony cane with silver accents, a set of black gloves, and an annoyingly non-moddable black and burgundy top hat with ostrich feather. Rather than look like the Mad Hatter in some version of Alice in Wonderland gone bad, I opted to sit on the hat instead. It was comfier than I expected!

With Eminence II, I’m wearing Billie II hair from Philotic Energy (in black, of course).

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Style, Photography: Perry Proudhon

• Veste, jean, gants, etc. / Jacket, pants, gloves, etc.:
Rfyre Eminence II, Black (850L, Perms for Shirt, Hat, Cane, Jackets and Shoes: NC/NM/T; Other items NC/M/T),
@ Rfyre [Designer, Address & SLURL]

• Skin:
FNKY! Antonio Medium - Emo (1850 Lindens, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ FNKY! [Designer, Address & SLURL]

• Hair:
Billie II, Black (150 Lindens/color, 1200L for fatpack of 22 colors, Perms: M/C/NT),
@ Philotic Energy [Designer, Address & SLURL]

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  1. Vampyre melting material ^;;^

    Comment by Mhaijik — 19 January 2008 @ 20:43

  2. Haha…thanks, Mhaijik!

    Comment by Perry Proudhon — 20 January 2008 @ 4:01

  3. [...] See more of this ensemble at the following: SL Men Second [...]

    Pingback by » Eminence for Men House Of RFyre - — 13 May 2008 @ 23:37

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