Now that NYAF/NYCC is thoroughly finished, I can safely say that my "Out of the Woods" panel about morigirl, natural kei, and dolly kei was a success for the second time. What a relief! My friend Jen took some pictures during the panel, so here's what the presentation looked like for those who couldn't make it to the convention.
A shot taken from the back of the room:
I Do Declare) modeling natural kei and Bianca (of Curly B) modeling dolly kei. Kelsey wore a Pink House dress, vintage Ralph Lauren skirt, and off-brand accessories. Bianca wore a vintage Gunne Sax dress and off-brand accessories. They look so cute together!
Dixmacabre Sewing Chronicle) also modeled morigirl and put together her own coordinate for the panel. She's wearing a Wonder Rocket dress, offbrand accessories, and a handmade hat! I love all the handmade details my morigirls incorporated into their outfits.
Miss Lumpy) modeled dolly kei. She wore all offbrand and vintage clothes and pulled off the look really well! I think Hitomi and the Grimoire shop girls would really have liked her brightly-colored hair. You may recognize the skirt from my last post about buying dolly kei online!
When the panel was over, the raffle began. The main prizes were two complete outfits-- detailed in this post-- but there were also many other amazing prizes contributed by my friends. I was tempted to keep some things for myself!
First, Shanda (of Sweet Daydreams) hand-crafted these floral hair accessories. Whimsical details like seed pearls and tassels made these hair clips to die for! Besides her blog, Shanda runs an Etsy store for her creations: Mousse au Chocolat. Check it out for more hand-crafted ornaments!
Amaranth Opulent, so be sure to take a look!
Aria's blog for other examples of her sewing talents!
morigirl livejournal community.