To continue our short series of posts, we bring you past releases of spring 2015. We start from the calendar seasonal beginning in late March. Behold! A spring seasonal 2015 look at product releases that never made it to the website individually! See anything you like (that isn’t noted not released yet)? Come visit Senzafine to shop in-world today!
I will start off a short series of posts by showcasing past releases for Winter 2014 and 2015. I figured this to be a way to show you whats been going in past releases on without inundating everyone with too many posts or posts that were too long. Behold! A winter seasonal 2014 (and early 2015) look at product releases that never made it to the website individually! See anything you like (that isn’t noted not released yet)? Come visit Senzafine to shop in-world today!
Winter (December 2014 – Feb 2015) – most recent first
I am so excited to share this news with you. As some of you may know, I’ve had discussions with fellow oldbies about how much I missed the exploration factor of a shop. This is something that’s been slowly fading away from SL as people move on. Phedre Rossini of Southpaw wants to bring the feels back with a new event managed jointly by her staff and Sohma Dix of Paper Moon. This event has been going on for 2 months and a new round is just around the corner.
It’s been a very busy past two months RL that I was unable to update everyone here on the releases. So far, we have had 2 different types of releases at this new event. The releases are now out at the store and I hope that each of you will enjoy them!
The first release was for round one “Welcome to Faerie” I was happy to provide a unisex offering and created a full color set for the “Mirdain” Elvensmith tunics. There are now 8 colors available at the main store and even the original colors were re-worked so they are much more vibrant and have a better tactile visual!
For round two “The Shining Ones” we celebrated the classic elves. Being a Tolkien nut, however.. I veered from the classic definition of an elf and went with the elves of Middle Earth. For this, another tunic set was created called “Randir” meaning Wanderer/Pilgrim. It’s meant to evoke that wanderlust in us all.. so the bottoms are slightly dingy with dust and the tunic itself feels more travel-worn than usual. It comes in a set of 8 colors and is also available in both men’s and women’s.