Friday, June 17, 2016

#205 ToySoldier by MWFW
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#205 ToySoldier by MWFW


THE EVENT!

Menswear Fashion Week 2016 IS open with some amazing things from some of Second Life’s Top Menswear Designers! We will be giving you sneak peaks and more for the entire week!
Don´t Forget!
Join US!
The MWFW is here:

FRIDAY JUNE 17
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5:00pm SLT – 6:00pm SLT    — MWFW 2016 Group Fashion Show —
Featuring:  Invictus
Oddity
BBS
Outlier
White City
Urban Wealth

Roman´s Outfit:
EFM - Paris - Zip Jacket - Blue
EFM - Paris Trousers  Blue
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ever%20Ever%20Land/125/123/2308



EFM; Classic men's clothing with an artistic twist - all transferable, friends! Now your man can look as good (but not BETTER of course ;) as you!
The Store:

The Designer Profile:

Ever Courtois the Designer:
am the EXCEEDINGLY FORTUNATE Co-Owner & Creator, along with Angelique Wickentower, of Ever An' Angel.  Home of fine clothing, exceptional staff, TRULY lovely customers and  friends.

Co-Founder - 2016 The Spoonful of Sugar Festival to Benefit MSF/Doctors Without Borders

 I love talking to my customers.  Please don't hesitate to ask. 1st Language: Anagrams. Arrange the letters until it says something. 
"Like fridge magnets" - Null Aries

The participants met in Paris on June 3, 2016 to reaffirm their support for a just, lasting and comprehensive resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


They reaffirmed that a negotiated two-state solution is the only way to achieve an enduring peace, with two states, Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security. They are alarmed that actions on the ground, in particular continued acts of violence and ongoing settlement activity, are dangerously imperilling the prospects for a two-state solution.
The participants underscored that the status quo is not sustainable, and stressed the importance of both sides demonstrating, with policies and actions, a genuine commitment to the two-state solution in order to rebuild trust and create the conditions for fully ending the Israeli occupation that began in 1967 and resolving all permanent status issues through direct negotiations based on resolutions 242 (1967), 338 (1973), and also recalling relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions and highlighting the importance of the implementation of the Arab Peace Initiative.
The participants discussed possible ways in which the international community could help advance the prospects for peace, including by providing meaningful incentives to the parties to make peace. The participants also highlighted the potential for regional peace and security as envisioned by the Arab Peace Initiative.
The participants highlighted the key role of the Quartet and key regional stakeholders. They welcomed the interested countries’ offer to contribute to this effort. They also welcomed France’s offer to coordinate it, and the prospect of convening before the end of the year an international conference.




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