地球のみなさんこんにちは、Rehana Seljan です㋡
Hello Earthling, I’m Rehana Seljan㋛
MISS SL ♛ Japan chose the Utage color from the Gabriel Beni Kimono and Miyabi from the Geta strap. She tied up her hair to the traditional “Oiran” hairstyle and hung a long hair there. In that way, she tried to harmonize Japanese classics with modern times. Moreover, by adding accessories of Boho, she expresses the harmony between Japan and the world.
MISS SL ♛ Japan wants to recommend this kimono to women who want to express the strength of the core casually. Because wearing this kimono can embody the supple strength in women. While looking traditionally, this kimono that incorporates its own designs will undoubtedly create a tight appearance while emphasizing your kindness.
Congratulations on your progression thus far in the MISS SL pageant! As models, we often strive to find the most inspirational and cutting-edge fashion brands. Yet personal branding is often the most important. How do you ensure to create your own personal brand that stands apart in the fashion world of SL?
First, I am Japanese living in Japan. That is big part of my personality. To establish my own personal brand, I would like to esteem Japanese culture and at the same time marry Japanese culture and other various culture and fashion. Also I would like to unify various “self” – both Japanese traditional side and other various “self”( i.e. my Kitsch and tricky side) as a form of art. In that way, I would like to establish my own personal brand.
+ Kimono | GABRIEL – Beni Kimono (Utage)
+ Boots | GABRIEL – Geta strap (Miyabi)
+ Stocking | PICHI – Ombre Stocking 8 by zxxrysa Magic
+ Head Chain | LaGyo – Bohemian Head Chain by Gyorgyna Larnia
+ Nacklace | ISON – Jeana necklace by Harry Hyx
+ Hair | aa*Hair – HARUKA by Fawn Kelberry
+ Hair | booN | HYM015 hair by boo Nakamura
+ Nail | FORMANAILS – DIAMONDS by Ivi Bing
+ Shadow | POUT! – Glitter Bililiants eyeshadow by leela Darwin
+ Blush | TRES BEAU MAKEUP – THE FENTY HIGHLIGHTER by lory Grau
+ Lipstick | S0NG – Winter Liptints by Inka Mexicola