Modavia Productions Announces Line-up for SL Fashion Week Running September 9-16, 2010

August 4th, 2010  |  Published in Second Life News  |  1 Comment

Modavia Productions, the fashion show production division of Modavia Fashion Marketing, announced the line-up of designers participating in the Modavia Fashion Week 2010 e vent. This week of fashion shows will feature a preview of the new Fall collections from some of SL’s very best labels. Fashion Week 2010 is sponsored by LeLutka and supported by media partners Deja Vu International Magazine and Wilder Public Relations. As in previous years the event will also be supported by

Fashion houses confirmed for Modavia Fashion Week 2010 are:

A la Folie, Angel Dessous, Anubis Style, Baiastice, B! Fashion, Bliss Couture, Boudoir, Casa del Shai, Chantkare, CheerNo, [dekade.], Dojo, Eshi Otawara, Gabriel, Gasqhe, Gems & Kisses, House of Fox, Indyra Originals, Kunglers, L’Abel, LeeZu!, MEB, Miamai, Modern Gypsy, Muism, My Precious, Niven Collection, Orage Creations, Paper Couture, Phoenix Rising, Ricielli, SHIKI, Sonatta Morales, Son!a, Violator

This is the second Fashion Week produced by Modavia and, as in 2009, will be held in conjunction with the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week taking place in New York City at the same time. The event last year, set in Bryant Park SL, was well attended and attracted an unprecedented level of media coverage.

A broad range of men’s and women’s fashion designs including couture, formal, casual, and lingerie will be showcased. Shows will begin on September 9 and run through September 16. A total of 35 designers will be represented in Modavia Fashion Week 2010 in 4 to 5 shows daily, beginning at noon SLT at a new Modavia owned, purpose built multi-sim venue. In addition to the fashion shows, participating designers will have on-site boutiques selling the designs seen in their shows, and there will be exclusive gifts offered to attendees by many of the designers and sponsors.


  1. sport hats says:

    September 19th, 2010at 7:50 pm(#)

    Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!