Here’s some pictures of the event with Clyde Barrow at Tempelhof Theater the other day :)

I will have to admit… Frank Sinatra is one of those big names out there that has always been enjoyable, but I’d call myself not a fan by all means – that being said, I’ve seen the most amazing performance two days ago at Tempelhof theater with Clyde Barrow entertaining “the Sinatra way”.

If you’re a fan or not, I’d totally recomment you to join his event group to witness him live in person one day :) secondlife:///app/group/e9375528-103e-3c5a-3096-129e14d53d3d/about

Also make sure to visit Tempelhof theater – the whole place just has a very powerful Berlin-after-war-rebuilt flair to it with a very continuous red line from build of sim, style of theater, style of entertainment, all the way to the style the girls have.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ceiram/75/62/34 (Will grab the actual coordinates in front of the door next time I am logged in SL, these put you a few steps to the side at the center square)

UPDATED: !dM deviousMind “ShowTime” **BLACK PEACOCK**

This is a medium update – none of the core costume pieces have changed, but everything got renamed to “ShowTime” and all ‘old fashioned’ scripts were swapped with a resize and stretch script that operates from root prim to reduce script runtimes. Remember, you still can delete the scripts out completely :) With this update, the feather boas have received a resize script as well.

With release of !dM “Lady Vayne” carnival costume, we borrowed two of those costume pieces (peacockTail and peacockRuffles) and added them into “ShowTime” as well – they just looked too fabulous with the diamond lingerie to pass!

Beyond, you will find appliers for Lolas Tango mesh breasts of our diamond lingerie and pasties :D Please take note, the appliers will work only for these and none of the older mesh/prim tits out there ;) Also new is a set of tassels to fit Lolas shape.

All vendors in the sim and marketplace listings have been updated with these additional pieces as well.


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