I found out about this event kind of last minute, but really glad I got the chance to check it out for a little bit. It was a one day event where local creators sold their goods, alongside a photographer snapping coordinate photos! It took place in a location called Harajuku Space, which is located in the side alleyway near Laforet.
It was VERY BUSY and I didn't want to snap any photos without asking, so I could only make my way to a few artist's tables. I tried to get some photos of the overall space too, but again, I did not want to be disrespectful to anyone, so I couldn't get many.
There were many artists with beautiful handmade accessories and jewelry. Even some artists who create their own lolita dresses and pieces. Most places only accepted cash (wish I had more cash . . . would have bought so much more haha!) Click on any of the photos to view them larger!
They had a bunch of cute accessories and created a special set of Halloween necklaces, rings, and rosettes featuring little cake ghosts!!! I couldn't resist of course, so I had to buy a set for myself (The purple ghost necklace and ring!)
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Some beautiful hand painted faux nails! There were many different styles like gothic and some more sweet!
Cute animal inspired accessories from a doll artist named Shiro. I loved the necklaces with the dangling tails!
This artist created jewelry that looks very whimsical and magical! All the colours are so dreamy together!
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL original lolita dresses! The prints were so elegant and detailed! I got a postcard from their table (the one with the cat on it in the left photo!)
They had a beautiful arrangement of accessories and the coolest one was their wind up doll apron!!! It actually winds up and moves! What a cute concept. I would have totally bought one (the black one) to match a lolita dress I bought from Triple Fortune when they were in Toronto for the event Dear Lolita!
They had many lovely hair accessories and I loved their little strawberry clips!
Here are the remaining photos. These artists didnt have business cards (and then the last photo was just a cute photo spot!) I'm glad I got the chance to come to this event! I really enjoy seeing handmade items and now that Im actually working on a collaboration while on my trip, I feel the value of small, intricate, handmade accessories and how much time goes into each one! Everything here was beautiful and I hope all the artists did well!