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Heavy Red Spring Line 2010! Apr. 5th, 2010 @ 01:59 pm
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Heavy Red's All new Spring line of Couture Noir - Gothic corsets, dresses, shirts, skirts, jewelry, accessories and more!


http://heavyred.com

Desinger All Call, Fetish Fashion Show @ Norwescon April 2009 Nov. 1st, 2008 @ 10:00 am
rowansilverwing
Designers needed for Norwescon's Fannish Fetish Fashion show.   Check out the cut for more details

Current Mood: artisticartistic

goth LOLITA movie this FRIDAY Jul. 25th, 2007 @ 11:50 am
vamp_here
Kamikaze Girls

(Shimotsuma monogatari)

Japan 2004. Director: Tetsuya Nakashima

Cast: Kyoko Fukada, Anna Tsuchiya, Hiroyuki Miyasako, Sadao Abe, Eiko Koike

Director Tetsuya Nakashima's weird and wonderful Kamikaze Girls is based on a best-selling novel by Novala Takemoto, a fashion designer and cult writer with a devoted following amongst young Japanese women in the “Lolita” fashion scene. Opening with a shôjo animated sequence, the film chronicles the odd friendship between prissy Momoko (J-pop star Kyoko Fukada), a bored country girl obsessed with the frilly-dress lifestyle of 18th-century France, and sneering, snarling Ichiko (J-pop star Anna Tsuchiya), a tough-talking biker chick. “Gorgeous and energetic ... As exciting for its beautifully specific and honest portrayal of teenage girls and their friendships as it is for its dazzling visual and narrative style, Kamikaze Girls is a glorious blend of kitsch, grit, humour and uplift that borrows freely from various Japanese subcultures and films such as The Outsiders and Kill Bill ... [It] captures the appeal of the fashion subcultures of aesthetes and misfits, re-creating a rarefied atmosphere in which identity creation is a thoughtful, idealistic art” (Carina Chocano, Los Angeles Times). “Wildly ironic fun ... stylistically Kamikaze outdoes Tarantino at his own flamboyant game ... It is less a comedy than a full-on live-action manga” (Andrew Sun, Hollywood Reporter). Colour, 35mm, in Japanese with English subtitles. 100 mins.

Friday, July 27 – 7:30 pm


http://www.cinematheque.bc.ca/kibatsu/kibbatsu_01.htm#kamikaze
http://www.cinematheque.bc.ca/info.html
Where's the box-office?

The box office is located at Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe Street, Vancouver (between Helmcken and Davie).
(Vancouver,BC,Canada)


PLEASE do feel free to email me at
ggothh@yahoo.com
with the word "movie"
in the subject line (so I can spot your messeg)
would be lovely to meet some of you and attend the movie with (maybe we could dress up ?)

sorry about the short notice I just found out about the film!

One Wilde Knight is downsizing Nov. 15th, 2006 @ 10:15 pm
tonyawinter
They are NOT going out of business, just getting focused on the corsetmaking that they do so well.

Here is what they have for sale:

1)over 100 uncut commercial patterns,all sizes, about 50% women's
contemporary, both day and eveningwear, about 40% women's commercial
historic-type costume patterns, and about 10% lesser-known women's historic
costume patterns (like "Past Patterns," "Buckaroo Bobbins," etc.) All
patterns $1.00 each

2)fabrics, many one yard cuts, but also longer yardages, woolens, silks,
cottons, PVC/rubber, and some linings -- no knits $3.00 - $6.00 per yard.
Some of these fabrics cost over $100.00 a yard!

3)Trims and laces $1 - $2 per hank

4)Costume research books $3.00 each

5) One heavy duty rolling rack $35.00

6) Hundreds of skirt hangers $25 for the lot

7)Miscellaneous tools ask for prices

8)Two industrial sewing machines: Consew heavy-duty walking foot with
welting feet,reverse gear, table & motor, instruction manual $800.00 firm
AND Brother needle feed w/ feet, instructions, reverse, table & motor
$600.00 firm

9) Modular shelving, painted wood, various configurations

10) Two large tables, used for cutting

Please contact Jack directly about anything you are interested in.
onewildeknight@msn.com

Just in case you haven't heard... Nov. 13th, 2006 @ 11:58 am
tonyawinter
Cirque du Noc is happening on December 9th this year. There is room for one more clothing designer to show at the fashion show and auction. We also have three booths left in the vendor fair.
Other entries
» (No Subject)
Gothique, is she happening this year?
» Fashion shows?
Hey there!
I missed the last show, been sick off and on for months and finally figured out what I needed to do. Thats handled and I'm almost recovered now. Wondering when the next show is going to be, where it will be held and all that fun stuff.

Also A friend of mine is putting together a small show and having trouble because designers are dropping out last minute... if you have stuff ready to go or a little time to toss together a few pieces you may want to get in there! http://www.livejournal.com/users/intrepid_reason/215349.html
» (No Subject)
Hello hello,

Any plans for the next Gothique?
» LustLab
Excuse me - but does anyone know what lustlab is? I just got an email from someone at the Stranger, wanting to know if we could get together for coffe and talk about a possible gothique/lustlab collaboration...

BTYW - how did the meeting on Sunday go?
» Gothique Meeting
This is a reminder that the 1st planning meeting for the Spring/Summer 2005 Gothique will be at my place this upcoming Sunday, March 6th from 3pm until whenever.

My place:
313 10th Ave E #1
Between Thomas and Harrison on 10th Ave E
Ring 0001 or 0010 on the buzzer
206/250-3482 if you need more specific directions
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