RFL for My Sisters

Throughout the week I have show fashions that are being given as items by designers around the grid to benefit RFL. The beauty of the Fair is its international flavor—9 sims, 8 cities from around the world. It’s also amazing the worldwide reach of the designers contributing to this cause, from the US to Australia, Japan to Brazil. Cancer knows no borders; it finds its way around the world.

RFL for My Sisters

One of my best and most unexpected finds was this amazing outfit by Syngen Sohmers. Her contribution of this outfit, which does include the kind of modest head covering that may be chosen by some Muslim women, reminds us that there are many who are affected by cancer. It also reminds us that the American Cancer Society finances funding and research around the world. For example, this research helps my sisters around the world to learn about proper breast cancer and cervical cancer screening. It reaches past the barriers of cultural differences to that fundamental humanness of our lives. Syngen’s fidelity to the colors and styling of such an outfit is amazing. I was delighted to get it.

RFL for My Sisters

I show her outfit with one of Tuli Asturias’ new Eva skins, this time in Tone 7. Her new set of skins are lovely and *finally* released for everyone to enjoy. I think we have missed having Tuli on the grid—welcome back.

RFL for My Sisters

Dedicated to my sisters–SH, AD, CG, LG—who are survivors:

Skin: []::Tuli::[] Eva (tone 7/bl) 10a by Tuli Asturias for Tuli *

Outfit: –Sakinah—Inaya by Syngen Sohmers for Sakinah available on the New Delhi sim at the RFL Clothing Fair

Shoes: (Shiny Things) Saturday Flats – black by Fallingwater Cellardoor for Shiny Things

P.S. Please get over there and shop.. today is the last day and they are soooo close to their goal of 4.5 million Linden.

4 thoughts on “RFL for My Sisters

  1. You look amazing Harper. I’m glad to see such a diverse style of fashion and culture represented on SL and on the blogs. Great job Harper.

  2. What an amazing post. The pictures are so stunning. Luv how the fair is international and your post shows just how beautiful every culture is. Looking forward to more.

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