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Sunday, April 6, 2008

Lilleth Mills Couture/Helene/Designed by: Lilleth Mills

Sometimes, things come to gather, not often, but some times. You are having a great day, dinner did not scorch, sex in the city reruns are on, perhaps even hubs is feeling a bit frisky.
Lilleth Mills at Lilleth Mills Couture must have had a day like that when she created Helene. It all came together, all at once, all at the same time in the same place. Helene is a formal ballroom gown and coincidently LMC is home to a beautiful formal ballroom.
Besides obvious attention to detail and brilliance in design we have come to expect from the German designers, the interesting thing about this piece is versatility, its multi use functionality. Helene is cleverly constructed of 19 pieces and can be worn as lingerie, a skirt or as a gown, all with options inside of options like Rubik’s cube. I am not exaggerating when I say Miss Mills has thought of everything, a babydoll with a sweet-n-sexy pearl string thong, stay up stockings, gorgeous teddy, floaty skirt and lastly an extraordinary ballroom gown. The color and texture are simply astonishing. The sheer translucent fragility reminds me of a finely washed water color.

Versatility is one of the key notes of Miss Mills designing technique and we find it here in profusion. The piece retails singly and as a pack in four lovely translucent water colors all deliciously and delicately subtle. When I fitted the skirt, I felt like a trespasser, how dare I touch such perfection of form and function with my soiled mortal fingers! Working with the texture was a joy and I marveled at what Miss Mills had done. There is nothing like getting up close and personal with a premium designers work to give you a sense of appreciation for the art that they do and the dedication that goes into it. Lilleth Mills at Lilleth Mills Couture has produced a work of art that is sure to become a classic and a favorite everywhere.
The shopping experience at Lilleth Mills Couture is more then “shopping”. Miss Mill has recently remodeled her store completely. The same interesting elements are still there. There is the ballroom same as before and this is the most interesting part, Lilleth Mills Couture is home to the embassies of several Caribbean nations. You have to see this to understand. There is a secret dance club somewhere on the premises, I managed to find it but don’t ask me how I got there. The store displays Miss Mills romantic evening gowns in the delicate, subtle style that Lilleth Mills Couture is known for with new releases appearing frequently. You will find silks here designed with the same attention to line and form. Lilleth Mills Couture, truly one of Second life’s more fascinating destinations and a must see shopping experience.

Reviewed by: Helke Duettmann
Product: Formal Ball Room Gown
Designer: Lilleth Mills
Outlet: Lilleth Mills Couture (LMC)
Retail: 1299L/singles, 2999L/Pack ( very good buy)
Location: 4 Unlimited 2 (231, 98, 22)
Photo’s by: Helke
Modeled by: Glory Gausman

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