Gothic & Lolita Bible, Volume 2

Gothic Lolita Bible Volume More than any other publication Gothic Lolita Bible has played an instrumental role in defining the Japanese Lolita style A quarterly mook magazine book hybrid that s a combination fashion magazine

  • Title: Gothic & Lolita Bible, Volume 2
  • Author: Jenna Winterberg
  • ISBN: 9781427803481
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gothic & Lolita Bible, Volume 2

    More than any other publication, Gothic Lolita Bible has played an instrumental role in defining the Japanese Lolita style A quarterly mook magazine book hybrid that s a combination fashion magazine, culture guide, and art book, the Bible caters to fans of two separate but related fashions Gothic and to a greater extent Lolita Volume 2 of the U.S edition offeMore than any other publication, Gothic Lolita Bible has played an instrumental role in defining the Japanese Lolita style A quarterly mook magazine book hybrid that s a combination fashion magazine, culture guide, and art book, the Bible caters to fans of two separate but related fashions Gothic and to a greater extent Lolita Volume 2 of the U.S edition offers content from volume 25 June 2007 of this definitive Japanese mook for the first time in English, along with exciting original content covering the Gothic and Lolita culture in North America.

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    One thought on “Gothic & Lolita Bible, Volume 2

    1. Alison Kitten

      This book is really good and creative so far and it gives me so much inspiration to make new clothes more and more! I love designing, drawing, and putting together my own personal clothes! And this book gives me so much great ideas!

    2. khrome

      The patterns were better in this volume than in the last volume. The patterns included were for a Nekomimi skirt, a Marble top, and Baby the Stars Shine Bright skirt (probably the better of the two skirts, construction-wise, as it is lined and the other is not.) Still, I'd like to see patterns for dresses and cuter tops. The theme of this volume was flowers. If you like flowers, you will probably like this volume. If you don't, you'll end up skimming a good portion of it, which is what I ended u [...]

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