Saturday, June 22, 2013
Lolita is a term that refers to a sexually precouis young girl by a dictionary defintion a term that is based on Vladmir Nabokv's novel Lolita (1955) However, this defintion does not apply to Japanese Lolita. The origin of the fashion name has not been confirmed but it may be a case of wasei-eigo (japanese psudeo-angelicism) While the western adaption of Lolita is sexy, Japanese Lolita Fashion strikes for the opposite. Its a very modest look the majority of Lolitas would describe as elegant and cute rather than sexy. As such, Ero Lolita may be seen as controversial within the own subculture, as its the only style to lean towards sexiness, although it remains modest compared though the majority of western fashion styles.
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Lolita is a street fashion and a subculture in Japan known for its intricate and delicate doll-like look. The clothing is inspired mainly by the rocco and victorian eras but also take influences from the current fashion trends. The fashion covers a larage variety of substyles and generally worn by females as there is no male counterpart of Lolita. Men who desires to participate in the fashion often turn to Ouji (a unisex fashion related to Lolita) or Japanese gothic fashion. However, cross-dressing males (also known as brololitas in the west) do exist. One of the most famous Lolita icons, Mana is a cross-dressing male.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Thanks to Oliva Riveria for organize this. Thanks to the sponsors, contributors, and photographers, Kawaii Goods, Imperfect Kawaii, Cute Parade, Holley Tea Time, Jennifer Barrios, Sam Conley, Night House Productions, and Zekie Cho. The theme is Heritage, Culturla, International Appreciation. The place was at Old Zoo Griffth Park. There was a potluck, contest, raffle and more.
Monday, June 10, 2013
Thank you Joy who organizes this. Thanks to the photographers, Zekie Cho and Ian Irizarry. There was different kind of styles like Lolita, Fairy Kei, Decora, Visual Kei and many more. The place was at Wellers Court and Fairytale Boutique. The idea was tokyofashion.com/harajuku-fashion-walk-10