Friday, April 06, 2007

Because of some big projects, CJ and I had to leave the Shopaholics RFL team but I still want to support them whenever I have a chance to. So guys, when you get bored of the insane lag over at the hair fair, check out the date auction. Some fabulous people are on the block!

On Saturday, April 7, 2007 at 12 PM SLT you can add the ultimate designer accessory to your ensemble: The Designer.

Join the Shopaholics Relay for Life teams in a spirit of good-natured frivolity on the beautiful island sim of Nuku Hiva (secondlife://Nuku%20Hiva/128/128/) in a landmark event where 10 or so of SL's high profile designers and content creators will be date auctioned to aid in raising funds for the American Cancer Society.

Dress in your best luau beachwear and bring your wallets to snag a a once-in-a-second lifetime opportunity to spend a few hours to get to know your favorite designer personally.

So far the following designers have confirmed their participation:

Aradia Dielli – Perfect Image
Blaze Columbia – Blaze Fashions
Canimal Zephyr – Canimal
Colleen Desmoulins - The Loft
Digit Darkes – X3D Apparel
Forseti Svarog – Figments
Lucas Lameth- Earthtones Boutique
Isabella Sampaio – L'OrĂ©al Paris Spokesmodel
Pushbutton Skolnick – Pushbutton Industries
Shai Delacroix – Casa del Shai
Truth Hawks – TRUTH

... and we might have a couple of other surprises for you.

Our DJ Sean Clancy will be taking your requests for the hottest tunes and after the auction you are welcome to stay and dance til your feet hurt.

All proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society. See for more information on Relay for Life in Second Life.

For more information please contact Grazia Horwitz or Ryan Darragh in world.

1 comment:

Catero said...


On behalf of the Shopaholics Relay for Life teams I want to personally thank you for your part in blogging today's Date-a-Designer date auction. It was an absolutely fun event.

With your help we raised over a whopping 1M Lindens fo cancer research! I feel like, through today’s date auction and all the initiatives that are going on across the grid, we are really kicking a significant part of cancer’s ass.