SECOND LIFE, 15 January 2009 – At 11.00 AM SLT on the 26th of January 2009, the Ewing Fashion Agency will once again be joining forces with the Amsterdam-based real-world talent managers, The Artist Advice for another Second Life/Real World simutaneous fashion event. During the live fashion show at Beurs van Berlage (Amsterdam – The Netherlands), the Ewing Fashion Agency will host the Second Life version of the show at its Ischia sim location, where EGG Development will reproduce the venue of the show, The Beurs van Berlage. Building on the success of last years First Fusion show, this year each event will be viewable to the other as they occur. The Real World creations of Real World designers Jennifer Delano, Melanie Brown and Eleonore de Ruuk are being recreated for the Second Life production by a talented lineup of Second Life designers: Digit Darkes, Neferia Abel, Sascha Frangilli, Simone Stern, Sysy Chapman and Zaara Kohime. In acknowledgement of significance of these innovative collaborations, Runway Magazine and DX Exchange have signed on as corporate sponsors for the event. Beside the fashion show, also the DJ will be presented in both world, Damien. S will be on stage in the Beurs van Berlage and at Ischia during the show.
RUNWAY Magazine is a monthly in-world publication dedicated to the promotion of fashion, modeling and design in Second Life. RUNWAY features the who’s who in the fashion world in Second Life, the seasoned designers, models and agencies, as well as the fresh new up and coming talent on and off the runway. RUNWAY has always maintained its neutrality in working with designers and fashion agencies in Second Life by covering all the fashion shows and events to bring its readers the latest news, updates and revues of the designers captured as they happen. With a circulation of over 65.000 readers monthly in-world, RUNWAY is hands down the best fashion read in Second Life.
About DX Exchange
DX Exchange is based in the Netherlands and is a 3D media company and Virtual Service Provider that offers his services in the field of virtual internet. Since 2007 DX Exchange has been creating and running 3D communities. DX Exchange was founded in 2006 as a currency exchange office for the Dutch community in the ‘Second Life’ virtual world, and is currently expanding to the surrounding countries, other platforms and more exchange services. The DX Exchange payment system makes it possible to exchange Euros for virtual money and vice versa , using accepted and leading local payment methods and support. Currently in Second Life the company serves some 20,000 customers. For more information, see www.dxexchange.com.
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