Alice in Sexyland has hit the grid with a bang! For a listing of stores and corresponding slurls, click here. If you want a glimpse into the items available, check the Flickr pool.
Iconic Couture is a sponsor of this fun event with a sexy twist. Ms. Niu is offering two hairs especially created to show two of the main characters in this classic children’s tale.
And since we are all mad here (we must be in order to live/play in Second Life, lol), Iconic Couture has created a very stylish tribute to the Mad Hatter. Hatter is a long sexy hat hair that comes with several hat base color options and fits most mesh heads! Very unique and perfectly fits the theme, don’t you think?
Next up will be a sweet tribute to Alice herself as we find her near the roses. Until then, teleport to Iconic Couture @ Alice in Sexyland.
Every now and then, I venture off into SL and experience something different. Take in a musical act. Explore a new sim. Well today was one of those days. I spent some time hanging out with Alice in Wonderland– literally!
The Dramatiques Performance Troupe, which is an SL group founded by dance enthusiasts, has a new performance out based on Alice in Wonderland. In short, the performance is inspired by Lewis Carroll’s novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.
Dellissa Kozlov (SL) is the lead dancer than portrays Alice as a 19-year old, who returns to Wonderland after 13 years. Alice is the only person that can slay the evil Jabberwocky, who is controlled by the Red Queen and who terrorizes Wonderland’s residents. You will see Alice, The White Rabbit, The Mad Hatter, and so much more!
Now poor blogger me, I couldn’t get any pictures as doing so would have made me crash instantly. But luckily you can view the official trailer over at YouTube. Below is the official performance poster.
I liked this performance for several reasons:
1) The scenes were amazing! Every times the scene (background) changed, the whole theater changed with it.
2) The story line was easy to follow and all in audio.
3) I LOVED the musical score… so evoking and delightful to the senses.
4) The event was “limited” which meant you needed reservations. Along with the mandatory “low arc” count, it made for an all around pleasurable experience.
So how do YOU get to see this wonderful performance? Visit The Dramatiques Performance Troupe website. You will find the calendar of upcoming performances and instructions on how to reserve your spot. I *HIGHLY* suggest you make time to attend this event. It would make a great “family” outing or a cute first date! Go with someone or go alone— just go!