Meet the artists behind Bibelot Rose's products:
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Kyra Thomas
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Kyra is a lifestyle lolita and the owner and founder of Bibelot Rose. She loves to design jewelry and is currently exploring which medium she likes best. She dreams of someday being able to make beautiful clothing as well.
You can find her on:

Facebook

Instagram

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Christina
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Christina became a lolita fashion enthusiast after coming across a copy of Fruits in 2007 and started actively participating in the lolita community since 2009. She’s created her brand, Kittykaya, around kawaii culture, lolita fashion, and nostalgic pop culture from her childhood in the US. 

“Cute motifs and vivid colors bring me joy which is why I want to share that feeling with other people. Surround yourself with cute things if it makes you happy!”
She does a bit of everything including illustrating original lolita dress prints, sewing her own designs, sculpting, and hand making resin jewelry. You can find her art on a variety of items such as tote bags, casual t-shirts, tights, keychains and more. “I find that as I get older I value my comfort in lolita. I want to bridge the gap between comfy and cute! What good are pretty dresses if you don’t feel good wearing them. It’s also why I choose to do custom size dress commissions so that anyone can feel beautiful.” If you’re interested in following Christina’s work you can find art WIPs, print sneak peeks, and commission information on her social media. 

You can find her on:

Instagram

Twitter

Facebook

Etsy

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Mika (Miss Tsundere)
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Mika first learned of the fashion in 2009, and began to do some light following in 2012, purchased her first piece in 2015, and dove straight into lifestyle in 2018. She loves her 3 cats and dog to absolute pieces and is a huge fan of biscuit/chocolate themes in the fashion. Mika dresses mostly classic, but doesn't limit herself to one substyle. Retro styles, classic-leaning sweet and gothic also are very appealing to her and her wardrobe is a hodpodge of jeweltones, mustard, mint and black. She also does illustrations, car stickers, accessories and much more on her store, MissTsundere! Mika also has a YouTube channel, MoriMademoiselle, covering everything from tea, art, makeup, advice and general lolita fashion related content.

You can find her on:

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Instagram

Website

Etsy

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Vironica (The Flufferdome)
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Vironica has been in lolita fashion for a year and a half. Her favorite substyle is gothic and sweet is a close second but she loves them all. Vironica also has a YouTube channel chronicling her journey in the fashion and other fun things. She has always been good at crafts and lolita fashion has allowed her to find an outlet to share her skills with others.

You can find her on:

YouTube

Instagram

Facebook

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Alina Marr
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Alina Marr is a Michigan based tattoo artist and lifestyle lolita. Although relatively new to the lolita community, she has had a passion for any fashion that makes a statement and regularly wears vintage inspired outfits as well and tries to reflect that in her art.

You can find her on:

Instagram

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Lou Graves
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Lou Graves is a scottish artist and lifestyle ouji who has been selling lolita and ouji artwork and accessories across europe for several years. He started out in goth fashion as a young teen and grew into Lolita and Ouji in the late 2000's.
Since 2012 his brand has gradually grown into a mix of handmade one of a kind pieces, event exclusive enamel pins, and art prints.

You can find him on:

Patreon

YouTube

Website

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Cassares
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Thank you for having me here! My name is Cassares. She/her. I've been a professional seamstress for close to 10 year now and I've been into Lolita fashion for 10 years as well. Lolita fashion is what got me into sewing, back then shopping services didn't exist. So I ended up learning the ropes and it took off from there. I've done custom works, alterations, cosplay, weddings and lots of fashion. My style is a soft and dark botanical approach and lots of bats. I'm always looking for new knowledge. Competing with myself to be better and always give the best quality. I can be contacted at witchfromthewestshop@gmail.com and of course, witchfromthewest.com, youtube is Jubilee Tea.