Our Day One Event features 27 sellers in our marketplace!
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.
Elegy is committed to creating lovely clothing fit for any and all. What matters not is your size and shape, but the fairytale dream that's in your heart. Elegy believes that all girls truly are princesses, and shouldn't be denied to dress as one. This indie brand will also show their looks in the Day One Fashion show.
Atelier Sucré is a small independent Lolita fashion brand that is based in RI, USA. The two-woman workshop creates each item by hand, and prides on quality workmanship, strong attention to detail, and the use of locally-sourced material. The work evokes a sense of historicism, and we draw a great deal of inspiration from the fashions of bygone eras.
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.
Nemeth Wild creates handmade alternative fashion and Lolita clothing, specializing in comfy bloomers and adorable roomwear that fits all sizes.
Starpo Shop creates menhera, uchuu kei and adorable clothing, accessories and jewelry for magical girls and boys.
Dream Holic USA
Dream Holic is a unique and original wig design shop founded in 2012. From the colour to the hair styles, their wigs are all designed entirely by themselves. Dream Holic's goal is to bring the best quality and most unique styles-- perfect for any dreamy look!
Clock Monster Clothes will be presenting their pieces for our fashion show and vendor marketplace on Day One! Their elegant, yet comfortable Lolita clothing is made for a wide range of body types and styles.
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.
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
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.
Ikemen Mode designs regal clothing for princes characterized by an exuberant use of buttons, feathers and frills. They specialize in Ouji, Aristocrat and Boystyle looks. This brand will also be showing their designs in our fashion show!
A love of fantasy and the natural world inspires these handmade accessories and pieces, all based in Ohio.
Crystal Arcade is out to turn your fandom into a fashion statement. This dual personality brand is unapologetically adorable, yet strangely alluring, and features designs and prints from a variety of subcultures and alternative fashions. Crystal Arcade is also showing their looks in our fashion show!
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.
From Chicago, Atelier Excentriques has handmade clothing and accessories for Gothic lolitas, mori girls and boys, antique dolls, ghosts and ghouls.
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.
Elsewhere Emporium- Remote Sales Vendors
Wunderwelt is a Japanese reseller of used and new Lolita & J-Fashion brands, and they'll be bringing a variety of their wares to the remote sales booth at Paradiso!
You can find Lipton Cunningham's charming handmade accessories at the Elsewhere Emporium Remote Sales booth on Day One! Lipton Cunningham's pieces are inspired by military regalia, nature and history, and a portion of their profits go to charity.
Ghost Girl Goods
Ghost Girl Goods exists to to spread confidence through clothing and provide people with unique, original goods inspired by dance, music, and Japanese fashion!
Their slogan "BE STRANGE. FEAR THE NORM." encourages people to feel confident wearing their looks.
Miss Octopie is inspired by 90’s cartoons, Japanese pop culture, and the colorful street fashions of Harajuku, building her own “kawaii” artist brand from the ground up. She personally illustrates her printed fabrics, and hand makes her jewelry and accessories.