SL Art Couture Presents Je T’Aime “LOVE Book”

MODELS in PIC: Miaa Rebane & Takeshi Kiama by Lybra Rage

SL Art Couture: The Fashion Teller


Let’s Celebrate LOVE Hollywood Style featuring the hottest couples in SL who have managed to keep their love alive against all odds.

Maddox DuPont & Kirk Claymore, Rusch Raymaker & Jesika Contemponi
Mimmi Boa & Salvo Waydelich, Mikey Batriani & Todd Anton
Miaa Rebane & Takeshi Kiama, Applonia Criss & Long Pausch
Nave Fall & Kimmera Madison, Yula Finesmith & Spliph Placebo
Leandra Breen & Nando Korobase, Kay Fairey & Aris Earnshaw
Poulet Koenkamp & Martin414 Timeless, Shinichi Mathy, Linnda Scofied
Editorial Clarity, RicoRacer Flux & Arisia Ashmoot.


From Here to Eternity, Ghost
Brokeback Mountain, My Fair Lady
Breakfast at Tiffany, Dirty Dancing,
Roman Holiday, Moulin Rogue,
Snow White, Pretty Woman, Gone with the Wind.



Julie Hastings, Pam Astonia, Ginevra Babii, Sophy Violet, Miaa Rebane, Mikey Batriani

BE INSPIRED! Fall in Love…..


CSLTM VIP SPOTLIGHT: Frolic Mills by Nave Fall



Frolic Mills has one of SL®’s most recognizable avatars. He enjoys a reputation as one of SL’s  Renaissance businessmen. He’s a serial entrepreneur, the successful business owner of a media powerhouse, a fashionista, a comedian, a writer, a producer/director/builder, a philanthropist, these are all words that apply to the “Fashion Jesus”.

With the Miss and Mr. Virtual World Pageants, publishing Best of SL Magazine and BOSL Radio, the Metaverse TV shows, the sims, the malls, hotel and country club, Mr. Mills is a busy, busy man. He and discussed this project when he was thoroughly wrapped up with Miss Virtual World and mutually agreed to wait until after the New Year. I admit to agonizing over a bit over this interview after telling Rico I’d be happy to do it, because doing something unique about “Frolito” is tough since he’s been chronicled so often. I’ll try my best here to hit on some new, and unique, topics with him…………

When I finally manage to catch up with Frolic after the New Year’s holiday, I’m seriously hoping he’s had some time to fully decompress from the crush of events that culminated in December with the crowning of Serene Faith as Miss Virtual World 2011 and that seems like a good place to start things off……………. we sit together and get right down to it.


So, Frolic, with Serene Faith crowned as Miss Virtual World 2011, it’s time for you and your staff to regroup a bit, but I’m curious: what do you have in mind for BOSL in 2012? Are you going to continue working all the time, or is it simply that for you your work is such fun it doesn’t seem like work?

Hello Nave 🙂  I must admit there is passion, and fun, in everything I do. As with any business, or project, there is time-consuming planning and lots of hard work. I am responsible to people: BOSL’s clients and  staff and our group’s user community and I always keep that in mind. My days are filled with purpose and great energy. I thank god everyday for having a job I love to do as much as this I love doing this one. No plans as of yet about 2012 … but I am sure they will come to me in due course.

For those not familiar with you, and your background, could you give us a short bio history of your time in SL?

I started in 2007 on a 2048 sqm lot that I paid for by DJing at different clubs. Back then, it was really hard for me to find places where I wanted to shop or visit. That’s how the idea of making THE BEST OF SL Magazine coalesced. I just wanted to inform others of the great places I ran into accidentally. BOSL magazine is the fundamental pillar of everything I do. The model agency, the malls, the pageants and radio, etc came up as a consequence of publishing the magazine.

I see. That should inspire some people out there who are thinking about creating empires of their own, but how about your typical day to day role at BOSL? Give us a glimpse into that. Is there ever a typical day for you?

My role is always the same. I direct a great orchestra! 🙂 We play many different kinds of music at BOSL as you well know. I couldn’t do my job without the Umberto Gianos, Patch Thibauds, Persia Bravins, Giela Delpasos, Kay Faireys, Editorial Claritys, Viola Rookswoods, and a legion of SL’s designers, posemakers, photographers, stylists and so many others who pitch in when I get jammed into a corner. Even you help me out from time to time. 😛


I think a lot of people want BOSL to succeed and pitch in freely when they see something that needs doing…………….. but let’s go off on a tangent here. If you ran Linden Lab®, what would you fix first: more groups (that’s about to be increased and may have by the time this is posted), less lag, better search engine, an easier to use LL viewer product?

I would make SL more fun for residents who live here. I would close the gap between users and management and get Linden Lab staff involved with the user community’s fun activities. I believe the only thing wrong with Linden Lab is their apathy towards users. I have big hopes in the new SL CEO. He DOES understand that a virtual grid MUST be fun for all for it to be able to grow. We’ll just have to wait and see.

A few anonymous people seem to accuse you of lacking integrity. I know from our interactions that you’re straight as a laser beam but please tell us your personal definition of integrity in business?

Integrity is just the ability to perceive the truth. There is no other integrity. I like the way Spencer Johnson explains it: “Integrity is telling myself the truth. And honesty is telling the truth to other people.”


BOSL had so many events in 2010. The Mr. and Miss Virtual World pageants, many charity events, the magazine published every month on time…………… With so many different projects last year what’s the thing you’re proudest of accomplishing in 2010?

That’s an easy one. The new Patch Thibaud Auditorium. I am so proud of it.

Would you care to share any of BOSL’s future plans with me?

Wooo hoooo there’s a scoop…………… that will be fun I’m sure. But what is the most fun thing (not who, I said what btw) you “regularly” do in SL?

Most fun thing (not who, I said what btw) you “regularly” do in SL?

Nave, Nave, Navey, not who? H’mmmmmmmmmm I will have to pass on this question …


Glancing at the clock I realize that the time has flown so I rush to get a couple other questions in before we wrap this up. Do you have any tips for people in SL’s modeling and fashion industry?

Rise above the others, it’s the only way you will ever be noticed. And when you do, then lower your head; it’s the only way you will stay up there!

I’ll throw one at you that I get asked frequently about my work at Tres Beau with Kimmera. If someone wants to work at BOSL what’s the best way to apply?

Stalking me has worked sometimes. A less painful way for all would be to contact the right person for the job the person is applying. For example: Kay Fairey for Boulevard Agency, Umberto Giano for the magazine, Persia Bravin for the radio, etc.

What annoys you the most about being so popular and well-known?

That I am NOT that well known NOR that popular.

Well, you seem to collect some enemies too. Why is that? Are they just jealous of your many successes?

I doubt it, I just think I am an ass! I am working hard on this though… my New Year’s resolution is to rise above being an ass and become a spine or a belly button.

On a more serious note, I don’t ever count my enemies; I do, however, think that the only thing that will be important once this grid is long gone will be the friends that we made. I am very blessed to have many friends.

Okay, we need to wrap this up. I know you’re late for another appointment. Soooooooo last, but not least, you and the staff at Miss Virtual World improved things tremendously by doing a live simulcast on MetaverseTV of the 2010 Miss Virtual World Pageant. That helped control lag, and diminish crashing, for the staff and participants a great deal. What’s in store for us this year at Miss Virtual World? Any major changes we should expect, and can Rico and I get a Press Passes to next year’s event please?

I have no idea yet. But hopefully something great will happen. We’ll see about the Press Passes, maybe for Rico. I’m not so sure about you my friend……………

If you had a final, single wish for CSLTM’s audience what would it be?

I wish they would read this interview and say: “Oh Frolic, you are so full of crap!”

Thank you Nave, and a big hug to all the CSLTM’s readers.

Frolic leaves, and I think to myself how misunderstood this big-hearted man is………….

I’m just,

Nave Fall

Interview Article and  Interview Pictures by Nave Fall.

Editor: Nox Deigan


A million THANK YOU’S to:

Frolic Mills for taking the time and allowing CSLTM to SPOTLIGHT him here in the blog.

Nave Fall for conducting and writing this fantastic interview. He captured Frolic’s  personality and essence very well.

Nox Deigan for editing the final article/interview.

Please show your support by leaving comments or sending them greetings online. TYSM.



For a long time now, Rico and I have agonized over CSLTM’s first designer spotlight. Who should it be? Who do you love? There are so many premier designers out there that we could have chosen and it was a painful task to come up with our first one. In the end, we’ve selected one of our favorite people, someone who is about to experience her brand’s 6th anniversary in SL. Someone who has been consistently, and unrelentingly, supportive of SL’s modeling community. Someone generous to a fault and unquestionably one of the best high-end designers out there.

Tres Beau’s Owner/Designer Kimmera Madison.

Kim has been interviewed, chronicled, blogged and dissected, time and time again and CSLTM is nothing if not unique in our approach. We wanted to avoid the same ol’ same ol’ questions and take Kimmera somewhere she rarely goes in a interview like this. To the edge…

We could have asked “safe” questions like these:

Where do you get your design inspirations from?

What are the essential elements for success in SL’s fashion industry?

Who are your favorite RL/SL designers?

What drew you into SL in the first place?

What advice would you give to someone starting a fashion business in SL?

What is your graphics design background?

What photo/3D software and hardware tools do you use to create with these days?

You’re created over 400 designs in SL to date which are your favorites?

What are your plans for tres Beau’s future?

But questions like those would be too mundane for us at CSLTM and for our most important people, you.

We wanted Kimmera to spill, to dish, to be unabashedly honest with us. Like it was just the girls having a chat. So Rico and I thought long and hard about this and our candid questions and her startling answers are detailed below.

JT: We know you work, work, work at this since it’s your RL job.  We heard you recently agreed to design 3 Mr Virtual World Contestant’s, (Specifically: Mr. Canada, (More Ying), Mr. Brazil (Maddox Kaestner) and Mr.Italy (Marcus Night)) National Costumes. Tell us about those designs, how you turned around 3 costumes in such a short timeframe (almost overnight?) and how it was working with these 3 talented models? Which outfit was the most fun???

KM: LOL, well, it wasn’t exactly overnight, they gave me a week! And it was great fun!  I love creating clothing, I have had my hand at Medieval, Pirates, Victorian, Mardi Gras, Costume Balls as well as my Bridal and High Fashion.  I love it all!   It’s fun to research a look and come up with a concept then have to figure out how to execute it. Which was my favorite to make?  They were all fun to make, though the Mountie with the beer bottle belt was kind of a kick..and making Maddox go half naked was fun as well!  All three guys were a dream to work with, they had some definite input to what look they wanted…well..all except Maddox  HAH!   But like true guys they all had their say and then let me go nuts with my own concepts, gotta love it!

JT: You were selected from all the women’s formal wear designers in SL by Mimmi Boa to design the final outfit she wore as Miss Virtual World 2009.   Tell us what set you apart in the selection process and how it was to work with such an amazing Supermodel.

KM: Why? Because of my amazing charm and personality?  Ok ok, I lied…actually it was Frolic Mills who asked me, then made me change things on it 3 times when I finally told him to bugger off and asked Mimmi her opinion, we over ruled Frolic and made him cry  LOL Why was I chosen? Frolic had a vision and knew it was my style and that he and I could work well together on its creation, smiles.  Just this week I was asked to make Miaa Rebanes final Miss Virtual World gown, I am again, deeply honored.

JT: We heard you have a fierce attitude when it comes to dealing with diva models and show directors. Is that true Dish… Spew… Tell us what you look for in a model or agency and what you don’t stand for.

KM: A Professional never admits to their dislikes, they just graciously move away, smiles sweetly.  Fierce Attitude, hmm, when I hire an agency or a model I simply expect to receive their best efforts in providing the service they sold to me. If they do not follow through, I won’t use them again, enough said.

JT: Tres Beau’s notorious COO Nave Fall has been out-spoken about Paid vs Free Fashion shows and Model’s rights in SL.  As models ourselves, Rico and I are advocates.  Where do you stand on this spikey issue?

KM: I stand firmly behind it, I have always paid the models that have done work for me whether it was through the fee I paid to the agency (which I always follow up on to make sure that the models were paid from that fee) or though a tip given after the show.  Models put alot of time, effort and passion into what they do, they deserve to be compensated for it.

JT: At the recent RFL Clothing Fair, a gown of yours was on the poster and was the top selling creation at the event.  What inspired such a beautiful piece of art?  How many times did that sell and how much did it raise to support such a wonderful cause?

KM: That dress was inspired by the RFL Clothing Fair Poster.  LOL  I saw it, IM’d Nevar and asked if it was made yet, he said no, so I made it.  It sold like crazy! The dress is sold for 1000 Lindens with all proceeds going to RFL. At the end of the two week long Clothing Fair, I had sold 130+ and have sold many many more since in my shop. I am thrilled that the dress was a success and has raised funds for an organization that is helping find a cure for an ugly disease that has touched so many of us.

JT: Tres Beau is frequently copied/knocked off.  Care to comment on the “semi-legitimate” copies???  Tres Beau was involved in a recent copybotting scandal after you found your designs being sold by Edika Hax of Allegra Versace.  That led to with many other famous SL designers creations being discovered subsequently.  I heard that he banned many top designers from entering his sim not long after being discovered.  What happened and how did you catch him?  Did he really admit it?

KM: We caught him somewhat by it fate. Did he deny it, hell yes he did, outright lied about it.  Has action been taken, yes, has there been results of that action?  YES!  We are pleased to see that not only is he no longer found in game but his sim is gone as well…will he come back, probably, but he got an expensive slap for his abuse of others work.  If you find or are given something that is a stolen creation, please do not support those actions and PLEASE Report that person(s).  Creators of all types work hard at what they do, show them the respect they deserve!  SL is a platform created by its users, everything you wear, see and experience was created by someone who gave their heart to it’s creation.  Please don’t let thieves and scammers destroy that.

JT: You’ve done many shows, fairs, and charity benefits this year.  To help those that plan on attending such events please tell us what do you liked and disliked, and what went right or wrong?  How do you decide what to support to balance RL and SL?

KM: What do I like?  I like events put on by people with an honorable vision, who put they’re all behind it to ensure that it goes well and has an outcome that benefits those involved.  If it’s a charity, I look for the ones that are legitimate and support a RL organization and prove that the proceeds will indeed go to those organizations.  I have been involved in some amazing events, The RFL Clothing Faire, The Haiti Tent Project to name just two.  I applaud the efforts and the care that went into them!  The few that went wrong were basically due to the lack of effort put towards the project and sadly a few were scams.

JT: After 6 years in SL, where is Tres Beau headed now and what do you like most about your SL job these days?

KM: I daily look for ways to improve, it’s my personal challenge.  Where is Tres Beau headed?  Well, we’ve made it 6 years and there’s many more to come!  I am excited to hear that Mesh will be introduced and look forward to playing with it and being blown away by what others do with it.  What I like most is the people I meet, the joy of creation and tormenting Nave Fall on a daily basis!  My dream for Tres Beau is to make people smile.


BLOG: Tres Beau WordPress Blog

LM:  Limo to Tres Beau Mainstore on Lace Sim

A special ‘Thank You’ to Kimmera Madison and Nave Fall for their time and accepting to be our first Designer Spotlight interview.

And to all our special CSLTM fans, a BIG ‘Thank you’. Without you we wouldn’t be here and we do appreciate you. If you have any comments or requests, please let us know. We are here for you.

~ Jen : )

CONFESSIONS News Reel: A New Starwalkers Group

Star Walkers have been providing very valuable free information to models and fashionistas about the Second Life Fashion World which includes castings and shows/events to name a few. I have personally gotten a few jobs due to Star Walkers and it is a “MUST GROUP” to belong to in-world if you are a model or fashion lover.

I just want everyone to know that there is a new Star Walkers group and the old group will be phased out in a few weeks. Please join STAR WALKERS 2010 founded by Nave Fall, Sabine Blackburn, and Anabella Ravinelli. Contact them if you have any questions. If you have any valuable information regarding fashion in Second Life to be sent in the group notice, please contact the managers which are AngeXX Quandry, Cinna Button, Donnatella Couturier, Ariella Denimore, Patrizia Blessed, and RicoRacer Flux.

JOIN Today and be IN The KNOW!
*UPDATE: Any Agency CEO/MANAGER or Events Planner can send out notices now. Contact Sabine Blackburn.

CONTEST: Herradura Baar’s “Make It Work” 2010

It’s 2010 and WE’RE BACK AGAIN with a new Make It Work Contest Series!!!

This time we’ve upped the ante again. BIG TIME………………….

Join us on Thursdays at 5:00PM SLT @ the Model’s Workshop Inworld.

We also have a great new sponsor for the entire year of 2010 – Kimmera Madison of Tres Beau Designs.

Kim has graciously agreed to sponsor this event, monthly, for the entire year. Tres Beau will not only provide the outfits to makeover, but she will also contribute gift cards and other goodies as prizes. We are working hard to get other PRIZE sponsors for things like hair, jewelry, eyelashes, fingernails and shoes to make SL even easier on your wallets in the future.

The contest will work like this.

Each month Kim (or one of her sweatshop elf lackeys (just kidding really she does ALL her own work)) will create an original Tres Beau design. This design will have a bunch of different pieces. Jackets, shirts, undershirts, skirts, etc……. All the parts will be in the box that gets handed out. Some will be female, some male, some unisex and some other (we are nothing if not supportive of alternative Lifestyles at Tres Beau – heh). This outfit will be given away free each month to Model’s Workshop and Tres Beau group members.

Then you get to style the outfit and send Herradura Baar a pic of your efforts. Herradura will put the pictures up on a Flickr page. Herradura’s group of unbiased, fashion industry judges (not Nave Fall because you all know he’s biased as hell, can’t be trusted, has no fashion sense and wouldn’t know a good outfit if it smacked him in the face) will select a group of semi-finalists to walk their talk at a Model’s Workshop weekend event on the Tres Beau mainstore runway. We may do this twice to accommodate other timezone locales.

The judges will confer. A vote will be taken and a winner selected who will get a ton of good stuff….. Katherine Comet, Herradura Baar and Nave Fall are working together on getting more prize sponsors for the winners.

We will be including the men in this contest too. No fear……………….. If any man is in a rush and wishes to take the woman’s outfit and style it, go for it……..feel free or vice versa. Kim tells us that Tres Beau’s COO, Model’s Workshop’s own beloved Nave Fall wears her gowns frequently. Nave took the “5th” when asked to respond to that remark and left mumbling to himself about “free” women……… >>>giggles<<<

Herra’s intention is to allow you all room to stretch out and experiment in this event without a $L1000 “entry fee tuition” investment. We want you to have have fun with this. If the guys decide to wear the women’s outfit they’ll have a lot of room to stretch out in……………….

A comment we had from judges after a previous contest was "These people aren't taking any chances"; I think the key thing missing was guts. Be FIERCE in your styling. Next week we’ll have the outfit ready to go and hand it out. This outfit will allow lots of room to style, detail, accessorize and play with a variety of looks and themes. The winner of this event will know how to accessorize it just right so s/he stands out from the pack. And for you men – maybe we’ll find something that you can use to enter the contest. No promises though………. Tres Beau is going to do men’s accessories if Nave gets his way: Canes, smoking stuff, belts that don’t look like hula hoops, and so on…..

The first round will, once again be a photo contest. Contestants submit their pics to Herradura Baar. The pictures will be numbered, the names will be removed so only she know who is in each picture (and btw, she’s not a judge). This should eliminate some of the bias often found in contests like this and the subsequent grumbling about fixes and nepotism. When Herradura puts your photos on the FLICKR site the judges will look them over and pick the top 10 styled looks.

The 2nd round will be a runway show at a special Saturday “Make it Work” seminar on (tentatively) Saturday February 6th at 10am SLT at the Tres Beau Runway (again tentatively). You must be a part of this runway event to win! The winner will be the one who receives the most cumulative points from both the photo shoot judging and runway event.

We may give out random awards for things like best pic, best pose, best hair, gutsiest bad entry etc………. We reserve the right to hand out prizes for any reason or no reason whatsoever. Nave won the right to blog about the doings at Model’s Workshop and Tres Beau as his punishment for accusing Herradura of being the Fashion Critique SL.

This is all Wenedrenia Soderstrom’s fault btw she thought that Herradura was the Fashion Critique SL and made Nave do it. That’s his story and he’s sticking to it.

This collaboration between Model’s Workshop and Tres Beau is an SL first. The first time Kim has found a way to return some of what the modeling community has given so frequently to her……………. love and affection, expressed tangibly, and without any reservations. Thank you all and Happy New Year from Kimmera, Nave, Katina, Jasmine, Seren and the elves who make all the Tres Beau stuff………….

Kimmera Madison’s Tres Beau is one of SL’s oldest, high fashion, design destinations. On a historical note, ▶▷Kimmera Madison ◁◀ was an SL beta tester back in the day. Her rezzday is 7/1/2004. In 2010 Tres Beau will be startling, energizing, and enthralling, the fashionistas of the SL fashion world with a continuous stream of new women’s releases and, what are sure to be, trendsetting men’s fashions as well. The Tres Beau group will announce these well in advance and offer frequent specials for its members
Don’t miss what promises to be a challenging and fun contest each month


Date: This will be an ongoing monthly event

Time: Every month for the entire year of 2010

Venue: Model’s WorkShop and the Tres Beau Runway

For more information regarding the Herradura Baar, Tres Beau, Model's Workshop – Make It Work 2010 Contest Series please contact: Nave Fall (Tres Beau PR/The Strong Persuaders)

Rules for Herradura Baar's “Make it Work” 2010 contest series.

❇ You must use, at least, 3 items from the “Make it Work” box. You may mix & match the items.

❇ All 3 items must be visible in some way in the photo. They do not need to be totally visible but we should be able to see them without a microscope

❇ You may use your own Shoes, Hair, Skin, Shape, Jewelry and other accessories.

❇ You may use other clothes provided that we still see the 3 items from the “Make it Work” box.

❇ You may resize the items in the “Make it Work” box but you may not recolor them.

❇ Photographs will not be judged on your ability to Photoshop; however, remember to frame the picture so you & the outfit is being sold – not excessive scenery!

❇ Only one entry per person.

❇ No nudity or sexually explicit photos. We’re running a fashion contest not Penthouse Pet centerfold. No matter what Nave says.

❇ Do not Photoshop your name into the photograph. It will be removed by the judges before posting.

Suggestions on how to win!

❇ We’ve done 3 of these contests and there seem to be some consistencies on who wins the contest and the comments from the judges. Hopefully some of these suggestions will help you to create a winner!

❇ Take chances! Models who have won in the past have gone to great lengths and detail to create an image. They've taken risks with their choice of accessories to add to the photograph.

❇ There are 3 outfits in this box – do not feel you need to create a picture using pieces from just one of the outfits. Mix & match. We have added outfits with similar colors so they can easily be mixed around to create a brand new outfit.

❇ Styling means using some of your stuff too. As long as we can see 3 items from the outfit we’re fine with whatever else you use. My motto with styling has always been ‘Think Outside the Box’ – yours should be too!

❇ Remember, ultimately, you are selling yourself and the outfit you are wearing. If you’re overwhelmed with background scenery how can we tell if you have a great outfit? Even though we don’t want excessive photoshopping, make sure you crop the photos so you and your outfit is the focus of the photo – not the scenery or the props.


❇ January 14th, 2009 – Contest is open! The entry box is free to all contestants and will be sent out in group notices to all members of Model Workshop and Tres Beau. Anyone else wanting to enter will need to go to Tres Beau store and pay a small entry fee to purchase the entry box.

❇ January 29th, 2009 at 11:59 – All entries must be sent in at this time.

❇ February 1st 2009 – Judging opens for contestants. Judges will be voting in an unbiased manner so that quality of picture is selected and not name of the contestant

❇ February 4th 2009 at the 5pm Model Workshop – Finalists will be announced! Top 10 vote getters will be invited to compete in round #2. (I would highly suggest not tossing out those entry boxes!).

❇ February 13th at 9am SL time: Final round of “Make it Work” will be held at the Tres Beau runway. Finalists will show off their first outfits and create a new outfit using the remaining parts in the box.

☑ ☑ ☑ ☑ TIME TO VOTE ☑ ☑ ☑ ☑

Winner will be based on the votes from the photo contest AND votes from the runway show combined.


❇ Shopping Spree at Tres Beau valued at $10,000L. 2nd & 3rd place will also received gift cards to Tres Beau.

❇ Opportunity to do an upcoming photoshoot for Tres Beau with one of her top winning designs

❇ A Balut Runway HUD with personal instructions on using it from its designer Monica Balut

❇ A scholarship to Maniera Academy, compliments of Topaz Joubert, CEO of Maniera

❇ A set of poses from Sizzle Poses compliments of creator Lorra Undercroft.

❇ $5000 Linden Cash Prize

We will also have prizes & gifts to hand out along with a scholarship to MWC Academy, donated by CEO Jennifer Warden to our most promising model.


Kimmera Madison, CEO & Designer for Tres Beau
Miaa Rebane, Miss Virtual World 2010, SL Supermodel and former Make it Work Contest Winner
Nave"not a model" Fall, COO of Tres Beau and Model Workshop PITA
Monica Balut, Leader of the Model WOrkshop and creator of the Balut Runway HUD
Kay Fairey, Boulevard Agency Director, Miss Virtual World Model Academy CEO, and Team edo Director
Kat Msarko, Executive Director for Ora Trei Designs and Model Workshop Leader
Glitter Bolissima, Ms SL International 2009, JCNY Modelfest Winner Oct 2009 and Model Workshop Leader
Rouge Anthony, SL Supermodel and Model Workshop Leader
Katherine Comet, Maniera Academy Instructor/Runway Mgr & SuperElite's Miss SuperSearch Autumn 2010
Frolic Mills. CEO & Publisher of BOSL Magazine and Boulevard Agency
Sabine Blackburn, SL Supermodel and SuperStylist, Miss Switzerland 2010


Contact Information:
To visit Tres Beau’s main shop: <
To learn more about Tres Beau visit the blog:
To contact Nave Fall (Tres Beau PR/The Strong Persuaders) by email:
To visit Model's Workshop: 􀀻
Balut Software:􀀺
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