Young Designer Fashion Springboards
The Japan Fashion Days welcome young fashion talents: Young Designers are back on the main stage for three shows presenting styles inspired by Japanese culture!
On the main stage
on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Fashion is a whole part of Japanese culture and an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the Young Designers which more and more of you cheer every year. This year, they’re back and take part in the Japan Fashion Days through the Fashion Springboards.
The participants are European artists, deeply influenced by their passion for Japan: Kawaii, gothic-lolita, Kogaru, Harajuku, sweet-lolita, Mori girl, Manga or more casual clothing.
Let yourself be enchanted by the originality and the talent of these artists!!!
Fashion addicts can find their creations inside the Young Designer Village, a great opportunity to find wonderful items and enrich your wardrobe.
As a teaser, we are pleased to present to you the Young Designers who are taking part in the show this year…
The Young Designers
Contrée des songes
Get on board for a new trip through time with Contrée des songes.
Travel in the dream machine and through imagination, (re)discover Magic, history and faerie, until you’ll have to choose between two futures.
Will you be ready?
Esaïkha Création has gone back in ancient times to bring back corsets and costumes which highlight women’s bodies. Mixing ancient and modern, she presents unique creations of corsets, dresses and accessories.
All the creations are hand-made and custom-tailored to enliven your imagination.
Between traditions and modernity, Fleurs d’Ascenseurs makes Asia hype. Reinterpreted Kimono, Wa-style and lolita, this is a complete collection of unavoidable pieces to transform you into a modern time Geisha.
Jardin des Lolitas
This collection by Jardin des lolitas for 2012 spring/summer is inspired by the various universes of lolitas. Start this beautiful season by wearing Kawaii and light pieces that can be worn during the day, to go out or for conventions.
Attention ladies: these lolitas are going to take the spotlights away from you!
Jeff Dark Art
Jeff is an artist: he paints, sews and sometimes does both at the same time. Since 1999, he makes rather simple but original clothes inspired by fashion from the 19th century to nowadays.
His clothes are real works of art which always hide some tale.
Miku & What a Mess
Chiffon Queen, lace Pirate, tulle fairy, satin Courtesan, feather Hatter: Miku-Collection takes you to an enchanted forest in no time! Slip into a sheath of glamour and let a belt of romanticism take on your body.
Through wonders of jewels, What a Mess attracts you in their colored universe!
Discover sweet and tangy color candies, for little and older girls. My Oppa is about originality in every style: Kawaii, sweet-lolita, gothic-lolita, burlesque, steampunk…
A crazy and offbeat show by My Oppa highlights clothes but also make-up and hairstyle: a “living dead” show!
Sold on Spaceship-lolita.com, these original designs are made from visual, musical and historical ideas.
With elegance and fun hints, the Takalfaire collection reveals today’s women’s personality. Glamour, eclectic, free, the Takalfaire woman is also an artist.
Goodbye industrialization! Man is unique, then why not the clothes? Each piece by Takalfaire is made in France and at most in 10 copies.
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- Young Designer Fashion Springboard Friday 06 July, 15h45-16h15, Main stage
Le Jardin des Lolitas, Miku & What a Mess, Spaceship Lolita
- Young Designer Fashion Springboard Saturday 07 July, 12h30-13h00, Main stage
Esaïkha Création, Contrée des Songes, My Oppa
- Young Designer Fashion Springboard Sunday 08 July, 13h30-14h15, Main stage
Takalfaire, Fleurs d’Ascenseur, Jeff Dark Art