Fashion For Life opens at noon today

Relay for Life of Second Life 2011: Logo
Relay for Life of Second Life 2011: Logo

In a short while the Fashion For Life (FFL) event, a part of the Relay For Life of Second Life (RFLSL) will be opened to the public.

I have had preview access to the event and will be posting some reviews and information shortly, but for those of you who wish to attend the opening here are the details as posted in the official FFL press release.

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Avedon/128/128/25

Fashion for Life opens at noon today!!!
Lots of information is available at our website http://fashionforlifesl.com

Running March 12-22 across 9 sims, this year’s theme will be “Beyond Black and White,” embodying the spirit of cancer survivors everywhere as they find hope rising out of the dark diagnosis of cancer. Spread over the sims will be over 200 stores with a hunt and gatcha areas, all with the goal of raising funds for the American Cancer Society. Fashion for Life will feature the best designers from around the globe.

Ansel Adams, sponsored by Designing Nicky Ree and built by Frederick Lancaster - photgraph by PJ Trenton
Ansel Adams, sponsored by Designing Nicky Ree and built by Frederick Lancaster - photgraph by PJ Trenton

Over 1,400,000L has already been raised via sponsorships and store registration and shopping. With nine sim sponsors including KMadd, SLink, House of RFyre, Nicky Ree, Bliss Couture, Evie’s Closet, Falln Angels, Lapointe & Bastchild, and Woe, we expect this to be the biggest so far, with donated funds going to the American Cancer Society via their RFL program in SL.

Find out why BOSL says, “The whole team behind ‘Fashion for Life 2011’ have raised the bar by miles, triumphantly producing what is- quite frankly- fashion nirvana.”

and built by Syngen Sohmers – photograph by PJ Trenton”] (Margaret) Bourke White, sponsored by [Elikatira] and built by Syngen Sohmers - photograph by PJ TrentonHelp us Fight for the Cause and have fun doing it! 100% of donated funds will go directly to the American Cancer Society.

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