Bay City Fashion Week 2013

BayCityFashionIn a week where many eyes are going to be focused on Fantasy Faire, it’s worth remembering that April 20th through 29th 2013 also marks Bay City Fashion Week.

Now it its second year, the event is a week-long celebration of style and design in SL hosted at the Bay City Fairgrounds, North Channel. This year, the selected theme is The American Urban Experience 1940-1965, and will feature displays from a selected cadre of designers, together with fashion shows and other activities.

The designers taking part in this year’s event include Schadenfreude, Sonatta Morales, Misha Kerang Designs, FIN, Robin (Sojourner) Wood, Eclectica, Volstead, 1-800-BETTIES, Ingenue, Purplemoon Creations, Rhapsody, Vita Bella, Delicate Sensibilities, and Pure Poison. They were selected on the basis of their designs fitting the theme for this year’s event, which is perhaps best typified by Chicago circa 1950, and marked by a distinct deco influence.

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Bay City Fashion Week

In a week which is going to be dominated by Fantasy Faire, the Bay City Fashion Week offers a possible escape to a more intimate affair, and is certainly a must-see visit for those into vintage fashion designs – so why not pop over and take a look?

Further information on the event can be obtained from Marianne McCann in-world.

About Bay City

Bay City is a mainland community, developed by Linden Lab and home to the Bay City Alliance. The Bay City Alliance was founded in 2008 to promote the Bay City regions of Second Life and provide a venue for Bay City Residents and other interested parties to socialize and network. It is now the largest Bay city group, and home to most Residents of Bay City.

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  1. actually i love vintage clothes, so thanks for the reminder, but except for crashing, and immediately relogging, it’s very hard to actually pull ones eyes away from Fantasy Faire. maybe i will get it set up so i relog to Bay City for awhile

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