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As an upcoming fashion model I have attended several fashion shows recently to see how the models styled their outfits and observe walking the runway and using various poses. The experience is not only rewarding but also gives me a great idea of what is expected of me once I graduate from modeling school. An invitation was sent to me to attend another show last night and I went to the Model Hub in the Sprout sim to the Models Workshop and believe me again I was very impressed with the way the models shined as they walked the runway modeling outfits for a rainy day.
I took several pictures and it’s hard to pick out what I wanted but the results are such I’ll show a couple here!
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Model’s Workshop invites you to join in:
“Singing In The Rain”
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26TH, 2017
TIME: 5PM SLT
WHERE: MODEL’S WORKSHOP HQ
RSVP AND STYLE CARD TO ARIANNAJASMINE RESIDENT BY APRIL 25TH
A styling challenge that calls for you to wear your most chic rain-wear. How do you dress during those April showers? This challenge is open as always to women and men. Gain valuable feedback and win prizes! Prizes include $1000L, $600L Gift Card for Posesion Poses, Magazine Feature(s), and addition to the Styling Challenge Wall of Fame!
See you there!
Congratulations to RaquelValentina, Winner of the “Red Carpet” Styling Challenge for March 2017. Raquel wowed the judges with her styling skills by wearing a strapless black gown with white opera gloves. and a lovely pearl necklace. The set was done by Suki Rexen and as usual it looked amazing! The challenge took place on Mar 15th and all the contestants involved did a wonderful job styling a red carpet look.
Special thanks to judges Aorist Chunes, Rienna Thorne, and Red Jess. Thanks also to all who came out to support the March MW Styling Challenge. It was a great time for all! Please join us for our next styling challenge on April 26th. Details to follow soon so stay tuned.
Thank-you Abby (aibyou.nakamura) for letting us know about this cool story you were reading about related to modeling on ABC 7. This is a very nice follow-piece to my workshop on Self-Esteem building skills, and the importance RL self-esteem has on your SL virtual modeling skills.
April 13th at 3pm SLT, Model’s Workshop hosted the very charming CEO of New York Modeling Agency, Martin Glom. Mr. Glom held a very informative workshop perfect for beginning models learning the Strut It HUD tool. The session was held in Skype so that Mr. Glom was able to share his screen and explain exactly what he was doing with each step. Learning about this tool is invaluable for new models so hopefully you didn’t miss it. If you did miss the workshop and you are interested in attending another, please contact AriannaJasmine Resident, COO of Model’s Workshop. If we have enough further interest we will be glad to bring Mr. Glom back for an additional session. We want to take the opportunity to thank Mr. Glom for the very informative and successful presentation. Stay tuned for additional workshops on a variety of topics coming soon!
FashionDish this past Monday was a rousing success as we discussed the fitting of mesh garments and the decline of quality seen lately in the fit. Some points of concern brought up were the difficulty of layering pieces, the use of the same templates over and over, HUDS not working properly and more. Suki Rexen suggested we complete a survey to identify the issues we are most concerned with so that it can be passed along to the designers. There was a very enthusiastic positive response from the group and now Suki is in the process of collecting everyone’s questions. It’s Model’s Workshop at it’s finest, working to bring awareness, education and an increased level of satisfaction to our industry within SL. Be sure to join us for our new FashionDish in May. Details will be forthcoming.
Join us for a discussion on the quality and fit of mesh. Do you feel it’s changed? Do you have issues when buying items with alphas not covering all or covering too much and mesh body versions not fitting the bodies they are made for? Can designers shed light on why this may be happening? Come share your insight and experiences with us!
April 10th, 2017
10AM & 5PM SLT
See you there!