JM Models – Last Call Charity Event

JM Models - Last Call Charity Event

About a year ago is when I had my Last Call yard sale. Since then, every once in a while, I get asked where to buy more Last Call items. So when I heard about this wonderful charity event that JM Models was having, I knew I just had to tell y’all about it.

Over three years ago, Second Life lost one of the most talented and prolific designers that our virtual community has ever known – Ginny Talamasca. Ginny was one of the first established and well-known fashion designers in SL. Her death was an immense loss, however, her legacy carries on with beautifully and thoughtfully created ensembles, which have become collectors items in subsequent years. The true genius of Ginny’s creations is that … they’re still in style! <3 Now, the SL community once again has a chance to enjoy the genius of Ginny's designs while donating to a good cause. For more information please read the press release below. JM Models - Last Call Charity Event

PRESS RELEASE

EVENT INFO:
Last Call Charity Runway Show and Live Auction
Saturday 11 December, 2010
Starts at 6PM slt and goes till all dresses are auctioned off
Location: JM Models Fashion House

ABOUT:
Kate Stockholm and CheerCoach4EJS Gymnast (the masterminds behind this event) have rallied many generous people in Second Life to donate their LAST CALL outfits (created by the late and great Ginny Talamasca) to benefit the Toys for Tots Charity. These outfits feature high resolution texturing that was cutting edge for the time they where created and to this day still remain timeless and well made.

These outfits are no longer available to buy in Second Life so they are as rare as diamonds and before *Last Call* closed their doors, all outfits were made no-copy, no mod but transferrable.

The management and models at JM Models Modeling Agency is supporting this mammoth event and in the spirit of giving have organised a SHOW and LIVE AUCTION where bidding is open to anyone wanting to support this great charity as well as buy a gorgeous rare outfit. ALL Linden donations are welcome even if you’re not bidding for an outfit.

We anticipate this show will last for a few hours as we aim to auction off every outfit. Outfits not sold at the live auction will be placed on auction boards at the JM Models sim so people can come and bid on them at their own leisure – bidding closes Sunday 12th Dec midnight.

For more information please contact Jewell Munro.

The total amount raised for this great charity will be announced via http://jmmodels.wordpress.com and all respective promotional sites and inworld groups shortly after the show. Donations will be given to http://www.toysfortots.org

I am wearing just two of the many many outfits that will be auctioned off at this event. If you don’t own a piece of Last Call, I suggest you take this opportunity to do so. My Last Call outfits are my treasures. <3 Credits: first picture: Dress: Last Call Petra *Skin: Dutch Touch *Hair: Amacci *Pose: Long Awkward Pose second picture: Outfit: Last Call: Hunt Club: The Baroness *Skin: Dutch Touch *Hair: Truth *Jewels: Zaara Socks: Ducknipple *Shoes: Shiny Things *Pose: Long Awkward Pose

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  2. Is there still a way to donate outfits? I have a TON of LC and even Dazzle (not sure if those were trans? I will have to check) and since I need to clean my inventory up soon anyway, I’d love to donate them!

  3. I’m not sure if they are still taking donations because the fashion show is so soon. But you can contact Jewell Munro. Maybe they can put yours in a silent auction instead of the fashion show?

    Good luck! <3

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