Le Petit Miaou's designer, Miyuki, started her brand in 2016 to give everyone a chance to be the beautiful lolita they've always wanted to be.
In the beginning, Miyuki didn't imagine Le Petit Miaou would turn into a brand - it was just a single dress project for her first convention tea party. Miyuki distressed at having a “brand” outfit shipped from japan and risk it not fitting her measurements, but as her project came to an end, a new passion was born.
Le Petit Miaou is a brand for everyone, no matter their gender, shape, size, or style. From gothic to sweet, classic to wa, Le Petit Miaou’s goal is to create pieces that are as unique and lovely as our wonderful customers.
Le Petit Miaou has also partnered with North Carolina based artist Thimsy Whimsy to create a collection of unique fabric prints featuring realistic nature elements and under-represented animals. The Seasons of Life series is a celebration of each birth month and season of the year.
Celebrating nature and our customers' uniqueness through Mikyuki's dress designs is Le Petit Miaou's ultimate goal and pleasure.
I love to attend Anime and Japanese Culture Conventions. My dream is to be a designer for as many convention fashion shows as possible so that I can introduce my brand to people of all shapes, sizes, and ages so that everyone can be their beautiful self.
I also love selling in Artist Alleys at conventions and showing the average con-goer that quality lolita is not just expensive Japanese brands. There are many western indie brands that make quality product that is unlike anything able to be found in Japan, and I think it is incredible that we are able to expand our love for this fashion.
At conventions, my setup standardly has a wider selection of jewelry, a variety of bows and head accessories, and wristcuffs. I try to keep my site up to date, but will always have more product at a convention. If you saw something at a convention that you don't see on my website, please send me an email and ask about it because I may just not have it listed.