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April 20th Styling Challenge: Nautical Fashion

nauticalfashion-posterOur next styling challenge takes place on Wednesday, April 20th at 5pm slt. The theme is Nautical Fashion! Put on some stripes, tie knots in the rope and hoist yourself onto the boat! Get ready to sail the high seas in style. Don’t forget to add accessories and watch out for those waves.

BOTH men and women with an interest in fashion and/or modeling are encouraged to enter. All levels of experience welcome, including those who are brand new or have not yet attended a modeling academy, as well as the more experienced. This opportunity is the perfect way to expand your skills and build your modeling resume.

As always, the challenge will feature live feedback from world-class judges as well as prizes. So far our judges are Venum Ames and Scarlet Lenoirre.

Prizes for the winner include:
– A gift card
– Your photo featured on the Model’s Workshop website
– A special portrait taken by our official photographer Lira Savira

To participate, please join the Model’s Workshop in-world group, prepare three poses with which to showcase your outfit, write a styling card and wear a dv c (which can be provided for free if you don’t have one).

We can’t wait to be floored by your amazing nautical outfit. Anchors away!

Click on this link to travel to Model’s Workshop on the day-of. If you are looking for information about writing a style card, please click this link. For questions, contact Amity Sorbet in-world.

1960s Mod Styling Challenge recap

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Our March styling challenge continued with the theme for the month: COLOR. It was all about 1960s Mod fashion, taking place on the incredible streets of London runway at Model’s Workshop. Participants were asked to take inspiration from the mod trends of the 1960s, but bring it into 2016. The aim was to make it colorful, patterned and fun. We were yet again lucky enough to have Dahriel of Posesion Poses provide prizes.
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Workshop: Alpha Layers with Suki Rexen

MW Workshop - Alphas

Creating & Modifying

ALPHA LAYERS

Presented by MW CEO Suki Rexen

Two Dates (repeated):

Tuesday, April 12 at 11AM (slt)

Thursday, April 14 at 5PM (slt)

Location:
Model’s Workshop Auditorium

Ever wanted to learn how to create and modify alpha layers? Suki Rexen will lead a comprehensive session on what to do when alpha layers don’t fit and how to create your own.

Requirements: ability to hear voice and photo editing software such as Gimp or Photoshop.

 

Styling with Bea Serendipity

Beatrice Serendipity

Bea Serendipity, model, stylist, blogger and fashion designer at Ghee, visited Model’s Workshop on February 11th for a much needed talk on styling. She continued our month-long series on Styling with a fun concept called “Pimp the Black Dress” where models styled one black dress in many different ways…READ MORE

Aliens Styling Challenge recap

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The January styling challenge was a great success with six participants and at least twenty supporters in attendance. Model’s Workshop was transported through hyperspace to a distance galaxy. Participants were asked to style in the sci-fi genre, specifically focusing on portraying fashion-forward aliens. We were lucky enough to have Dahriel of PosESioN Poses to sponsor the challenge and provide prizes to those who placed in the top 3.

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Mesh Bodies & Mesh Heads follow up

Thank you Daria for the Workshop, follow-up and FAQ. This topic is always very popular and it’s nice to have your wealth of knowledge to guide us. Read Daria’s follow-up FAQ from the Mesh Bodies & Mesh Heads Workshop on January 19th.

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International Holiday Photo Contest: Results

We hope you enjoyed your holidays this past month. Happy New Year! We wish you many great things for 2016. Thank you to everyone who entered our International Holiday photo contest. Here we present the winners:

OnlyGenesis Resident
1ST PLACE
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AlexAvion Resident
2ND PLACE

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Quinty Sirnah
3RD PLACE
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Well done everyone and congratulations to our winners!

Our judges were Jena Adder, Marsha Warwillow and Amity Sorbet.

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