Friday, November 23rd, 2007


EFA is recruiting! Launched just five months ago, the Ewing Fashion Agency have built a large following for the FIRST IMPRESSIONS fashion shows, launched the EFA blog, held the EFA Fashion Week in association with Second Style Magazine, launched an online network for friends of the agency, launched the EFA Fashion Apprentice and looking foward to the EFA Design Awards in January with Onrez. The agency has grown tremedously over the past few months and our activities are expanding – with the inclusion of new staff and new projects, these are exciting times!

We are looking to recruit a number of fashion professionals to join our ranks and take leading roles within our dynamic set-up. We have many exciting plans ahead and so need positive team players who are also capable of working independently to come in and to deliver certain projects.  We are looking specifically for the following skillsets and job functions:

  • Model Trainers & Mentors
  • Event Planners & Cordinators
  • Personal Assistants
  • Fashion Writers & Bloggers
  • Copyrighters/Editors 
  • Photographers
  • Graphic Artists
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Contracts Negotiators
  • Public Relations & Promotions
  • Researcher/Media Watch
  • Web Administrator
  • Second Life Scripters/Coders

If you have any of the following skills and can fill any of the above mentions functions, then we would like to hear from you. Ideally you will have prior experience with references that we will be able to contact. The offers would be to join the agency on a full-time basis as a paid member of staff.

Please contact us using the contact form stating your name, email, brief description of experience and your salary expectation. We look forward to hearing from you!


The flood of Christmas-themed clothing and accessories is upon us. FashCon has been a flurry of activity with new winter and Christmas-themed designs. Sheltered Heart, owner of Bewitched Hair on Lemon Island, has created some fun new Christmas hairstyles and I fell in love with one of them that will be perfect for the upcoming EFA Winter Party in December.


This is the “Kringle” style. It includes a hat and cape.  Curly hair is difficult to create and, to date, my personal inclination has been to stay away from it. I simply haven’t been fond of most curly styles. However, with each release it seems the designers are getting closer and closer to approximating curly hair.  And, with this style, it works. The texture of the hat, especially the fur trim on the hat, blends well with the hairstyle. 

The hat is incorporated into the hairstyle. You cannot remove it. The cape is a separate item included in the package.

Kringle comes in all the Bewitched standard color packs and includes a well-written tutorial on how to resize and fit your hair. Right now, the Hawt color pack is on sale for a mere L$100. Other color packs sell regularly for L$195 and the ‘Everything’ pack is L$750.


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