Friday, December 14, 2012

SHIKI Lamentation

SHIKI - Lamentaion
Sweater and Slacks with Sculpted Pants

 
 
Lamentation for a Child
Do not judge a song by its duration
Nor by the number of its notes
Judge it by the richness of its contents
Sometimes those unfinished are among the most poignant…
Do not judge a song by its duration
Nor by the number of its notes
Judge it by the way it touches and lifts the soul
Sometimes those unfinished are among the most beautiful…
And when something has enriched your life
And when it’s melody lingers on in your heart.
Is it unfinished?
Or is it endless?
 
 
 
Shinichi Mathy, owner and designer, of Shiki Designs in Second Life brings you his latest release -- Lamentation. This smoothly subtle urban design offers you comfort with classic style. The ensemble includes your choice of sweater color in 5 jewel tones and matching sculpted slacks. Shinichi has brilliantly combined a fusion of different cultures, lifestyles, ideas and attitudes in his creation of Lamentation. This ensemble is edgy and reflects lifestyle, attitudes and individuality. For those of you seeking true self expression through your fashion in Second Life, check Shiki Designs out where you can find the newest release Lamentation. Shiki Designs is real fashion, style that exudes individuality and attitude and is what the ordinary fashion savvy shoppers in SL are wearing right now.  
 
(click pictures to enlarge for color and style details)
 
 
 

Available today at Shiki in five different colors including Ruby, Emerald, and Amethyst (shown above).
 
Shiki's fall-winter collection was created in collaboration with real life artist Vinn Wong. His artwork served as inspiration and we hope to convey the feelings of his art in this latest collection. We also invite you to enjoy Vinn Wong's original artwork that are placed on the walls in Shiki's store. 
 
Make sure you are logged into Second Life and click the folowing link for a direct TP to Shiki:
 
Shiki Designs blog:
 
Vinn Wongs Art
 
This blog is in remembrance of those children who lost their lives in the Connecticut school shooting.