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L.A.'s Lolitas Made Religion Look Adorable at Nun of Your Business


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Zippercut, an official organizer of the Lolita events in Los Angeles, was back this weekend with the religious themed event Nun of Your Business held at The Ruby Street, an event space that was originally built as a church in 1895. The Lolita meet-up featured special guest RinRin Doll,  Sugarpill Cosmetics, the artwork of Yuki Yoshida, Kawaii fashion shop Fickle Wish, artwork of Miss Kika and Ludlows Cocktail Co. Lolitas donned their best religious-themed fashions for an afternoon meet-up with friends. All photos by Shannon Cottrell