Our Day One Event features dozens of sellers from around the world -- our biggest marketplace yet!
Joining us for the fourth year in a row, Lolita Collective carries over 80 indie J-Fashion designers from around the world. As a vendor and a platinum sponsor for 2018, Lolita Collective will be setting up an entire pop-up shop in one of the parlor rooms at the Day One event space.
Evil Live sells popular and adorable Lolita bags, and will also be carrying items from Korean brands LIEF and Baroque!
Enchanted Dream Couture
Enchanted Dream Couture creates elegant rococo inspired pieces dripping with details.
JBTK Zine is an up-and-coming indie magazine that gears towards art and coordinates that are out of the box. You can browse their prints, stickers, publications and paper goods at Paradiso.
Lulu VanHoagland Art focuses on surrealism, mental health and uses Lolita and Lolita inspired clothing as a way to represent this through a feminine lens.
Two Tarts and a Princess
Two Tarts and a Princess strives to express the idea of wearable whimsy. Each item is handmade & painted, locally cut from renewable materials, and treated lovingly with care by the artist.
Princette Party creates resin jewelry and accessories that are cute, positive, and affirm all gender identities.
Wunderwelt has a huge selection of new and used Japanese brand items, as well as J-Fashion items from around the world.
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley is run by indie designer Tyler Hetherson, who creates classic Lolita and Mori kei pieces and accessories inspired by flora, fauna, and fantasy.
Spooky Sparkle Party
Spooky Sparkle Party creates handmade, plus sized friendly Lolita & J-Fashion clothing for spooky cuties of all shapes.
Nemeth Wild will be bringing their adorable and comfortable bloomers, roomwear, and other handmade pieces.
Toshi Salvino is a multimedia artist-- she's bringing her creations, pins, prints and more.
Star Glazed Delights
Based in Oklahoma, Star Glazed delights makes adorable enamel and acrylic pins, jewelry and accessories.
Of A Long Lost Land
Often one of a kind, Of a Long Lost Land creates handmade resin jewelry inspired by myths, royalty and gothic fantasy.
This Texas based seller carries Japanese brands like Liz Lisa, Q-pot, Sex Pot Revenge, and more.
A J-fashion brand based in Atlanta, Puvithel is about unabashed, self-expression and spans many styles, including punk, gothic, lolita, and menhera.
Noir Arts & Oddities
Kansas City's premiere boutique for the strange and unusual, Noir carries an eclectic selection of art, medical specimens, antiques, taxidermy and curiosities.
Everything Sweet Mildred sews has a story. With unique and custom clothing, matching hair accessories and one of a kind items, Sweet Mildred will share that story with you!
Crystal Isis is a start-up apparel brand for fantasy warriors and magical girls who appreciate the value of the beautifully handmade. Inspired by alternative fashion and fairytales, they design for the eccentric, the ambitious, and the young at heart, with clothes and accessories that speak for the wearer
Started by a gothic and classic lolita with a desire for more variety, Dream Cathedra makes accessories inspired by motifs like stained glass and apples, and classical brooches, with an emphasis on historical art styles.
The Bloody Tea Party
The Bloody Tea Party specializes in handmade lolita designs wishing to inspire a dreamy, fairytale life with splendid clothing, accessories, & jewelry.