Hello lovely people!
This round of The Fantasy Collective’s theme is all things New Orleans! Think Witchcraft, Voodoo, Vampire’s, French Quarter, Mardi Gras, Papa Guédé, All Saints Day, ‘The Originals’.
We gave in to our strong temptation to do our own version of Baron Samedi and Maman Brigitte. Adding our own spin, of course.
Are you feeling like being a little dark and mysterious today? How about maybe a little dangerous? Is there something lurking in the darkest corners of your mind that you are considering playing out?
Baron smolders. The long hair screams give me whatever you have and I can take it. The original mesh hat promises you the time of your life because this is the guy who will be dangerous enough to satisfy whatever it is you are seeking. After all, Baron Samed, whom the hair was styled after, was known for disruption, obscenity, debauchery, and having a particular fondness for tobacco and rum.
Oh and ladies – did you think we would forget about you? Never.
Barony knows what she wants and knows how to get it. Look at those long luscious locks…do you doubt this is a woman in charge? I don’t. Styled after Maman Brigette, the wife of Baron Samedi, she is known for drinking rum infused with hot peppers and is symbolized by a black rooster. Oh and a deep fondness for obscenities.
Hair can be worn as standalone anyway, and can be styled with pretty much everything.
Barony and Baron hair feature both a hat but it’s little different one from another.
We will probably offer a hats only pack once the release will be in store, so this is your chance to get both the hair and hat together.
Each pack contains:
– 2 sizes hair (Baron) // 2 sizes for ladies (Barony)
– 1 hat ;
– 1 HUD with 14 tints:,
– 1 alpha layer // 2 alpha layers for the ladies.
Fatpacks contain 7 huds.
The event opens at 12pm slt. Would you dare miss it?
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