Skip Staheli's stunning Second Life-based image is actually an advertisement for the SL brand Blacklace and features a dramatic pose from DeePosed, and for my money, it's better than any actual fashion photo from Vanity Fair or any other thick perfume sample-smelly magazine you'd care to crack. (Featuring SL supermodel and spouse Delinda Staheli.) Yes there's surely heavy post-processing going on in this image, but then again, RL fashion photos are even more notorious about Photoshop and pretend they're not. Click to Staheli's page embiggenate.
Hair Fair 2016 is now running in Second Life, an annual extravaganza fundraiser in which all proceeds from sales of virtual hair are converted into real cash to benefit Wigs for Kids, a three decade-old non-profit providing, as the site explains, "Hair Replacement Systems and support for children who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, Alopecia, Trichotillomania, burns and other medical issues at no cost to children or their families."
Blanche's Randomity from Blanche Foxclaw is a very well-named SL fashion blog, because it is definitely a cornucopia of random scenes, each pretty unique and impressive, and there's just dozens and dozens. This screencap above is just a tiny sample: Go to her homepage, click on a thumbnail for the embiggened image and credits for each item.
I would like to feature some entries here on New World Notes, so post your entry links in Comments. Bonus points if your avatar is dressed in Mad Max: Fury Road-themed formal wear and/or calls out the #Oscarsowhite controversy. Because far as I'm concerned, that was the only truly great movie that's been nominated, and the racism flare-up is the only thing worth watching the Oscars for. (But that's just me, or maybe not.)