APPLE FALL have released a great set for the current round of COLLABOR88.
The set includes the following:
The set includes 2 bookcases, a plant, a bow tie art, a sectional couch. magazine files, the RICO hanging clock, a wall hanging jacket, a model biplane, and a painting of Farrah Fawcett Majors.
Inspired by the executive colours of masculinity, this set represents country club style at it’s finest. The dark woods compliment the muted tones of the accesories, and juxtaposes against the chrome hardware and the light fabrics.
Get ALL of these items at COLLABOR88 today via the landmark below and enjoy!
We are very proud and happy to present a story about the Magic of Winter. Once a year, the Gods and Goddesses of the Ice Kingdom are awakened with the first sign of frost so they can work together to bring the bitter cold and freezing weather all over the land.
We thank all our staff, models, photographers, designers and sponsors for making this book come to life. We thank all our readers for giving us inspirations to continue making our fashion and art storybooks.
A milllion THANK YOU to AZUL, CHRYSALIS COUTURE, DESIR, FASTER PUSSYCAT, FINESMITH JEWELRY, SOLIDEA FOLIES, VIOLATOR, A GATA MOURA, Fashion Pride and LTD Magazine for being our wonderful sponsors.
We thank everyone for casting to be in The FASHION TELLER HOUSE. We have received so many entries and it was very difficult to decide among the talents. The Fashion Teller Staff ended up picking five models who we feel can best represent the style and look that we want in The Fashion Teller House.
We are very honored to welcome the following models to our team.
Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom. ~Thomas Jefferson
Hair: Dura, Girl52 **NEW** . Necklace: Pure Poison, Rosalyn **The Couturier’s Dock . Earrings: Pure Poison, Baroque Earrings **L’Accessoires .
Playing possum, or in the words of the late great Mark Twain, “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” The philosopher Immanuel Kant said that lying was always morally wrong. He argued that all persons are born with an “intrinsic worth” that he called human dignity. This dignity derives from the fact that humans are uniquely rational beings, capable of freely making their own decisions, setting their own goals, and guiding their conduct by reason. To be human, said Kant, is to have the rational power of free choice; to be ethical is to respect that power in oneself and in others. Free choice, what a remarkable thing it is to be human.
As I uncurl from winters’ upper hand,
a sense of freedom, spills on to this land.
Long shadows become shortened by its spell,
a multitude of life, awakens, from where I dwell.
Stretching, in the warmth of air, hesitating for a while,
noticing no frigidness, nor taunt, of any icy smile.
Slender and slowly slithering, bursting from my shell,
I am filled with a new life, overpowering winter’s quell.