BOSL Fashion Week 2009 Continues with Milky House!

BOSL Fashion Week 2009 Continues with Milky House!

BOSL Fashion Week 2009 kicked off August 8 with the stunning designs of Violator.

August 9 brought you Ginevra Lancaster Fashion Designs and Red Passion in our showcase of Italian Couture.

And TuesdayAugust 11 do we have a treat for you!

BOSL Fashion Week 2009 is proud to present you with an amazing runway show featuring the finest of Japanese traditional couture:

The beautiful kimonos of Milky House!!!

BOSL Fashion Week teasers - Milky House

BOSL CEO Frolic Mills and renowned architect Patch Thibaud have designed a runway venue at the Boulevard Agency headquarters that will take your breath away.

Think Tokyo Chic… Fashion Techno…Japanese Cool.  Frolic calls it “the Matrix in Tokyo.”

And just when you think you can breathe again… the show will start.

And it’s going to be fabulous.

Don’t miss the designs of Milky House, Tuesday, August 11th at 3 pm SL Time!

Italian Couture Takes Center Stage

Italian Couture Takes Center Stage

Written by Lola Baudin

with Photos by Cate Honi and Lola Baudin

In a continuation of BOSL Fashion Week 2009, the ethereal designs of the Italian Couture were showcased at the Patch Thibaud Open Air Cathedral, with designs by Ginevra Lancaster (Ginevra Lancaster Fashion Designs) and Katiuscia Vollmar (Red Passion). The venue was a perfect setting of the bygone era of high Italian renaissance with the vaulted ceiling, ornate candelabras and unique outdoor setting to match the unparallelled haute couture design of the BOSL Renaissance Galleria sim.

BOSL Fashion Week teasers - Italian Haute Couture


When I arrived forty-five minutes before the show, the Renaissance Galleria was already buzzing with activities with Boulevard Agency Director Kay Fairey, the producer of this show and the BOSL CEO Frolic Mills setting up the last details as guests started to arrive. In attendance was the who’s who of the Second Life’s fashion industry including Modavia supermodels, Stiletto Moody director, and top fashion photographers. The guests in attendance had a subdued quality due to the intimate setting and the majestic quality of the venue itself. It was a quiet affair but nothing short of stunning that leaves one breathless for the artistry of the build and also the clothes the designers created for this special event.


In keeping with the sheer quality of this incredible collection of Lancaster and Vollmar; the Boulevard Agency models themselves were spectacular in showcasing each design to their full capabilities. It is with no wonder why each of these models were chosen. Mimmi Boa, Isabel Brocco, Florentine Rau, Payton Heron, Anessa Stine, and LaBella Forcella each had their own unique styling with carefully chosen poses that made each outfit shine. Their elegance, expertise, and attention to detail was a tribute to the Italian couture show.


Words can not do justice to the immaculate collection that Lancaster and Vollmar produced for the BOSL Fashion Week. It was an homage to another era, perhaps one we idealize in our dreams. The breathtaking gowns and dresses were the epitome of haute couture. It would be an honor and privilege for any woman to wear such creations. It was truly breathtaking, and I was simply amazed at the artistry as well as the quality of the Italian Couture show.


The hostess of the event, Giela Delpaso was perfectly picked as the announcer. She was the perfect representation of style and grace which was only highlighted by our very own BOSL Magazine Managing Editor Breezie Noel’s script which Delpaso used during this stellar show.


Everything was simply ‘la bella vita’!


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