Alchemy Immortalis

A couple of days ago, I saw Grazia blog this gorgeous Alchemy Immortalis necklace and I made a mental note to visit the shop to get myself one. For a new brand, I was surprised to find a fantastic sim build and already tons of products for sale. The Alchemy Immortalis brand is by Alchemy Cyannis and Immortalis Cyannis, and their stuff reminded me what Baron Grayson and Sue Stonebender might have done. Since Baron an Sue are leaving SL, I thought that these could be their new alts, so of course I had to ask if they were, but Alchemy said they’re not alts, just “rl friends”.

I bought the gorgeous Ami amet deli pencet French Brooch Necklace and matching Ami amet deli pencet Renaissance Bracelet, both are scripted to change metals and gemstones. The details & textures are fantastic, they’re SO good at what they do!


The Alchemy Immortalis sim is still pretty new but it’s already shaping up to be one of those fantastic places to take photos in! Visit Alchemy Immortalis.

What I’m Wearing:

Lelutka-LondonRevolutionLight-makeup3b
Mirai Style – Daie (CherryBrown) hair
Analise – Callista silks
Alchemy Immortalis – Ami amet deli pencet French Brooch Necklace
Alchemy Immortalis – Ami amet deli pencet Renaissance Bracelet

Posted by Gogo

Second Life Blogger since 2007. If you're reading this about me blurb, then you're already at my blog. Welcome to JuicyBomb! I write about fashion and events on the grid that appeals to me.

2 comments

  1. lol ..you make me smile,
    “Since Baron an Sue are leaving SL, I thought that these could be their new alts, so of course I had to ask if they were”
    Hi5! there no pulling the wool over your eyes;)
    ~Angel

  2. Ditto on the comment above .. especially when “Sue” left the bit about The Giving Tree on thier “Privacy” page —
    http://alchemyimmortalis.com/privacy.html
    look under the heading “Submit A Tip” “If you submit a tip to be added to our Giving Tree section, the tip may be posted on our site. Your name and province/state/country will only be posted with your consent.” I hate it when designers think the public is stupid. They’re not doing a very good job at hiding. Seems kinda sneaky to me.

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