Thanks to the great work by Agtaope Carter Lane and by her staff, MEB is this month on the cover of Bestyle magazine!
Anna Sapphire, Miss Virtual World 2012, is on the mag's cover, wearing the stunning Rose Dream dress, a romantic-avantgarde gown that could be also a wedding one!
Then, Genevieve Kamala presents an amazing interview with MariaElena Barbosa, MEB designer, and Melusina Parkin, MEB CEO: you'll discover some MEB's designer "secret" sides and thoughts and you'll learn how MEB clothes are born.
Then, a lot of pages with great clothes' pics by the most talented photographer Florence Babenco. It's an overview of MEB style, ranging over newest releases and classic outfits which have made MEB history and have made people learn what the MEB motto "Real style in Second Life" does mean. From the famous Tiffany to the newest Paco, running through MEB collections, there are shown outfits and dresses like Clarissa, Kelly, Pippi, Bea, and many others.
They are greatly worn by Anna Sapphire, Katime Vacano, Florentine Rau and Kiana Dollinger; Florence Babenco is again the author of the wonderful photos: they show MEB clothes at their best, on lovely backgrounds and lightened by superb lights and colors.
Other pages show also the complete series of the new MEB Summer dresses and a reference to the ongoing event at MEB main store, an exhibit of blogger's photos.
An issue that MEB lovers can't miss and that will be protagonist in the MEB library!
Run to the nearest Bestyle kiosk (we have one at ourmain store or you can find them at Bestyle SIM) and grab your inworld copy, or even read it on line at
Tomorrow, July 22nd, a great event opens its doors: Hope for Emilia is dedicated to raise funds for the people of that region of Italy, hit by a strong earthquake in the past months.
Thanks to Anna Sapphire, Daniele Eberhardt, Arialee Miles and others, a lot of designers of SL have been rallied to support this charity, so the event will be a great Summer Fashion Fair.0
MEB contributes by offering a new and exclusive outfit, whose profits will be entirely donated to the cause.
Parmesan, the outfit's name, is an Emilian dialect for "from Parma", the elegant italian town that suffered also the earthquake strokes. An homage more to brave people who started rebuilding their homes and factories and who need to be supported in this.
It is a simple outfit made by a mesh top and sculpty pants. The minimalism, often a keyword for MEB clothes, hides a very careful attention to a classic but fresh look: colors are deep blue for the pants and dark yellow for the top, an original combination that gives us the taste of the Summer. Pants are quite large and the short top shows half sleeves and a wide neckline on both shoulders. White stilettoes add a touch of elegance to an outfit made for the classy Summer of young ladies who love showing elegance by simplicity.