Join us once again for our annual J-Fashion show. Come see all the styles inspired by Japanese street fashion. Come support our local designers! This is sure to be the biggest and best show yet.
NOTE: Please use the "Rules" tab above to read over the rules and apply
- Outfits for the J-fashion show must be associated with or inspired by Japanese street fashion style. Different types of Japanese street fashion are:
- Lolita (any sub style)
- Decora or Kawaii
- Gal Style (any sub style)
- Visual Kei, Oshare Kei, fairy kei, hime kei or natural kei
- Traditional kimono or yukata
- Japanese Cyber
- Kigurumi (disguise pajamas)
- Takuya Angel/Rave wear
- Mori girl
- There are many more styles-if you want to model an outfit that is not listed above please send a picture or sketch of your outfit to email@example.com for approval.
- Your outfit can be purchased or handmade or a combination of the two. Just look as fabulous as you can.
- Designers are allowed to wear their own outfits or have models wear the outfits. A model should wear no more than 2 outfits during the show.
- Please no cosplay. We want to focus on Japanese street fashion, if you want to show a costume please sign up for the masquerade.
- Contestants entering the J-Fashion Show may also enter separate outfits for the Masquerade.
- Local fashion designers are always welcome in the J-fashion show! If you are a local designer inspired by Japanese culture and clothing and want to showcase your creations and promote yourself in the show please enter! Even if you only do accessories, this is a great way to promote yourself! You will however have to find your own models and get them ready. We will not have hair and make-up people on staff. A maximum of 50 entries total will be allowed for the J-Fashion Show.
- All contestants must be attendees of Saboten Con 2017.