Kimono all day drop in centre!
We will be dressing formally or in Geisha/Samurai style for fun!
Our great team of kimono enthusiasts are ready to discuss any kind of project you have be it modern or traditional!
Contact us through email style [@] eclectickimono.co.uk and lets us see what we can do!
We can cater for projects from film to personal to corporate events!
We shall be at Confusion in Keele conducting a kimono panel from 4pm in the lounge! Make sure you come along to learn about the wonderful world of kimono!
We shall be doing a short demo and also letting you try on and dress yourself.
See you there!
Full details to be confirmed however this is what I wrote for the JCon website:
Come and visit Eclectic Kimono and try on one of their wonderful
collection of genuine vintage and modern kimono. You can have the chance
to try on a full coming of age kimono with long swinging sleeves, as well
as summer festival kimono and a real Kyoto geisha (geiko) kimono with
kanzashi. For the guys we have vintage kimono and hakama.
As it is September I will be bringing my September geiko kimono for attendees to try on:
This is a fantastic chance to try on a real geisha kimono IN season!
We will be dressing for fun and photos but also if you need kimono advice we are glad to help.
Full details to come soon but for now check out:
Eclectic kimono were at Nottingham Pagan Prides Japanorama Saturday providing hostess services, kimono rental, kimono dressing and also a demo.
Here are some pictures from the event:
Make up and hair were provided by Esme Knight and further kimono by Kelly from her own collection.
Everyone enjoyed the day, the information provided and demo.
Our next demo and talk will be at Kitacon about Geisha and Samurai cosplay
Phew! What a manic day!
Thank you for those who turned out to our kitsuke and maiko cosplay demo as well as those who attended our kimono dressing workshops! We need longer hakama for all you tall men next time!
We couldn’t take our own pictures this time but hope to gather those taken at our demo and workshops and post them shortly!
There will be a J-culture area at this years Entertainment and media show in London and this means lots of kimono goodness. In conjunction with two friends we will be contributing formal kitsuke/kimono demos on stage as well as kimono in cosplay workshops and yukata dressing all day. We will also have a stall selling kimono and kanzashi.
This years event sports starts such as Edward Furlong, Eve Miles, Alex Winter and many more from Dr Who, Harry Potter, Star trek and STAR WARS! You can tell which film means most to me
We will update as soon as our formal timetable is announced.
*Edited to add, due to budget restrictions Anime League has had to cancel our participation in this event*
Ever wanted to really know how to wear kimono? Watch our detailed dressing demo of a wonderful furisode kimono. Furisode kimono are the most formal kimono for a young un-married woman, and the most decorative. We will also demonstrate a decorative obi knot, and provide a host of information regarding the wearing of kimono.
Kitsuke (Kimono Dressing) Workshop
We have limited places available on our kitsuke (kimono dressing) workshop. Dress a friend or yourself, we will guide you through the steps. In the workshop we can also cater to Men’s kitsuke.
You can either bring your own kimono ensemble or we have kimono and yukata available to borrow for the workshop.
Please let us know (via the forum) if you would like to participate in the workshop.
We will have select kimono related items and kanzashi available to buy on the day!
Saturday 10am-11am Queens Building – Kimono Demo, will include Geisha cosplay tips.
Saturday 2pm-2.40pm – Kimono Workshop
Saturday 2.40pm-3.20pm – Kimono Workshop
Saturday 3.20pm-4pm – Kimono Workshop *FULL*
We can take up to 12 people per workshop so plenty of space! *Edited to add a change in timetabling at the event.
About Alcon 2011 Leicester 8th-11th September:
We are a fun and friendly 800-person anime convention taking place over an epic four days for 2011! It’s just £30 for the full four day entry, and £25 a night for on-site accommodation which is less than 5 minutes walk away. With a dealers room, anime screenings, anime bar and night-club, artist ally, roleplaying, card-gaming, video-gaming, a cosplay cafe, DDRing, J-Culture, Cosplay Hangout, events, panels and much more, there is something for everyone, with more special events than you can shake a stick at!