This event ends on the 9th August - get over before you miss-out
How cute is this dress. Malkin comes with a HUD so you can change colour depending on your mood. The designer behind Somnia has give the dress to the Lexi Project to help raise funds. For more details scroll to the end of this post.The hair is new from Exile, I love this more natural look with the hair pulled back and platted. The boots are a must have from Ducknipple, with the colours on the HUD you can make these match just about any outfit. Everything else is listed below.
dress - Malkin by Somnia @ The Lexi Project http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Industrial%20Port/144/130/350
hair - Come What May @ Exile
skin - Scarlett (winter) @ Pumens
boots - Absolution @ Ducknipple
eyeshadow - shay pink @ Izzie's
lipstick - Harley gloss pink @ Pink Fuel
face tattoo - Glitter Kitty nose @ Oleander http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Carbonara/28/172/1748
poses @ Bang http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Theory/138/156/21
The Lexi Project
The Lexi Project, a collaborative fund-raiser event founded by Toxxic Rhiannyr & Heather Smithson, created to bring SecondLife brands together in hopes to raise money for one of our own, Lexi Zelin / Owner of AngelRed Couture. As many have probably by now heard, Lexi has been diagnosed with Stage 3 Hodgkin's Lymphoma and is in desperate need of funds to assist in paying her medical bills / expenses as she is unable to work. Lexi is only 28 years old, mother of one beautiful little girl and plays an important role within SecondLife by creating high quality, full permission mesh apparel, paving the way for many people in the virtual world to have the freedom of opening a store.
If you're interested in how to donate, there are many options available to you. Lexi has started a Gofundme Account page, she is accepting direct Linden donations to her main account and has also made a donation kiosk that can be rezzed inworld. To obtain the donation kiosk, you can join the AngelRed Couture Group and find a copy inside Group Notices. Donation kiosks will also be available to accept lindens at the Lexi Project
•The Lexi Project - Blog
•The Lexi Project - Facebook Event Page
•The Lexi Project - Flickr Pool