Leopardess and Racy Lacy @ Adam 'n Eve

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Leopardess and Racy Lacy, originally uploaded by Grazia Horwitz. While still working at new skins, Sachi decided to make some to wear with them, to show them off, and it’s instant sexiness. To the left is Leopardess, a smexy feline print set with 2 different knickers and to the right lacy racy, the skimpier, more …

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New @ Truth

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New @ Truth (August 29… supposedly) :-p, originally uploaded by Grazia Horwitz. Yay!!! just arrived @Truth… it’s in the shop, still warm: 4 new gorgeous hair! Toko and Monica are sassy softer hair do’s based on the always en vogue bob line, Freda is all boho, hippy, love and peace, and Meara is variation on …

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Chai Eyes

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Chai Eyes, originally uploaded by Grazia Horwitz. Sometimes you just don’t know what you’ve been missing, until it’s there all of a sudden… like Launa Fauna’s new eyes. It’s a bit like prim lashes… I was perfectly all right before they existed, but I love them hard now! These are not the first prim enhanced …

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Look of the Day, August 25, 2009

LOTD poses

LOTD090825, originally uploaded by Grazia Horwitz. Yeah, I’m slowly making my way back to pose making, although I’m not yet sure if I’m going to open up Grapevine again, or sell them in any other way. But I’m having fun at it, and I decided to combine the lotd with taking some pics of yesterday’s …

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Dutch Touch: Cleo Pipo

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This really is the cutest skin I’ve seen in a long time. ┬áPipo de Clown was a show a lot of Dutch from my generation grew up with, and it brings back good chilhood memories. Iki did a series of Pipo inspired make ups for her newest skin Cleo @ Dutch Touch. Check the slide …

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Look of the Day, August 24, 2009

LOTD

LOTD090824, originally uploaded by Grazia Horwitz. This 60’s look is one of my favourite all time looks. The grapic design of the dress, in RL so stunningly represented by designers like Pierre Cardin or Paco Rabanne and of course Mary Quant has been translated to wearable Mondriaan (Falling for Piet Mondriaan) by Marleen Vaughan from …

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