28.3.15

#415 Don't look down with Purple Moon and Bauhaus Movement


There are many women that are admired in this century, and from many centuries in the past. Many successful women that today, the world wouldn't be the same. These women have transformed the way we work. For Eg:  Marie Curie in 1903, thanks to Marie Curie's groundbreaking work in radioactivity, she became the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize, then subsequently the first person to win twice and only person to win in multiple sciences, thereby cementing her reputation as one of the most ridiculously boss scientists and women to ever walk the planet.

There are many other women who without their exceptional talent, the world would not be the same. These people in no particular order: - Ada Lovelace for being one of the first computer programmers; Rosalind Franklin - Understanding DNA and it’s structure. Rosalind transformed our entire knowledge of genetic information; Mary Anderson - who created the very simple Windshield Wiper that helps us get from A to B when raining, and  I am sure there are many many others.

What I admire about all these women is their strength and dedication to succeed. They have passion, and creativity and no matter how much it could or can be a struggle they never give up.
It it similar to our women designers in Secondlife, they have amazing talents, are creative and passionate, recognising one of these women today is Poulet Koenkamp from Purple Moon who designed this astonishing gown called the 'Arwen Gown', released today. Inspired by this gown using a pose created by another awesome female designer - LouLou Teichmann from Bauhaus Movement, whose poses I can never get enough of. Thankyou for being dedicated to your art and you are admired by one true fan.

So what are you waiting for, come take a walk to our destinations for today: -

Destinations: - @ Purple Moon and Bauhaus Movement, <3

Outfit: - :: PM :: Arwen Gown in Light Blue (New) @ Purple Moon
Skin: - Glam Affair - Rose - America 01 G

Pose: - Bauhaus Movement - Muka (New)
Picture taken at Home - Isle of Serendipity - Neva Lived in Homes



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