To continue our short series of posts, we bring you past releases of Summer 2015. This season starts from the calendar in June and lasts to mid or late September. Behold! A summer 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!
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!
Spring 2015 (March – May) – most recent first
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
A Tattered Page [*citation needed] is a brand new event brought to you by the lovely people at Cursed Events. The objective is to read a original literary work that is announced a month or two in advance. The designers participating then read the work and choose an aspect of the story that inspires them, creating one or more products that relate to the section. The citation needed part is that the designers must provide a notecard within the product that cites the part of the book that inspired their work. A minimum of 1 product is to be an exclusive product or exclusive color (merchant’s choice) that will not be featured for sale again after the event.
Reading through the book, my heart went out to Justine Moritz, who was one of the many innocent victims of Frankenstein and his decisions. Justine was wrongfully framed and accused of William Frankenstein’s murder. The real murderer being Victor Frankenstein’s creature.
A special thanks to the creators at Pale Empress for providing such beautiful and poignant pieces to complete a somber look. The Hair, Dress and tear-stained makeup layer can be purchased at Pale Empress.
The event takes place at each store, although we have created a shopping guide full of all the important information, including photos of the products.
This month, RMK is hosting a fantastic halloween event that provides games and chances at winning fantabulous prizes! Senzafine was accepted to take part in this annual event and I’m happy to show what my dark little mind came up with! First is the prize. In order to get this, you must play games and win coins. Once you win 10 coins by doing these activities, you can spend them at the Dream Gacha.. for a chance to win one of many prizes provided by many designers. Because this event and the main website is primarily in Japanese, I would like to thank Allegory Malaprop of Schaudenfreude (a fellow designer at the event) for providing a guide in English on how to go about playing the games. Links will be provided at the end of this post. The Dream Gacha prize from Senzafine is a spellbook that you can not only hold (it has a pose!) you can also click it to cast your first spell! (ooo sounds)
We also have a new product debuting at the RMK Market at ground-level of the sim. The Willow armwarmers were made to be a perfect autumn compliment to the Berenice sleeveless dresses (as seen on the ad). They are also elegant enough to pair up with many other outfits as our bloggers and customers have done. Have fun with them and know that there are more colors to come soon!
To get to the event, Hitch a Ride to RMK
Also be sure to visit Allegory’s Guide to the RMK Event games!
This weekend, a new round for We <3 Role-Play started and we stepped up to the plate with a new accessory piece. Senzafine is providing yet another fantastic item that is can be used by both men and women as it is resizable mesh. The “Ibelin” gorget collar is inspired by the Balian of Ibelin and the story surrounding his role in the fall of the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. This lovely gorget collar will look regal on any lord or lady of arms or as an accent piece to add to your more elegant courtly looks.
Teleport now to We <3 Role-Play and grab yours now!