An award-winning cosplayer, Kyros got into the hobby in 2017 after moving to Oklahoma from Alaska.
She has hosted panels and judged cosplay contests at events across the state of Oklahoma. Believing craftsmanship to be key, Kyros excels at the modification of items to better fit a cosplay or a design. She also excels in her handiwork for her 3D-printed and hand-painted props.
When she’s not working on cosplay, she can be found glued to her computer either writing, creating digital art, or working in CSS and HTML/DOHTML coding. An avid gamer, Kyros enjoys playing on the PC and the PS4, predominantly playing games with a solid story line. She reads on occasion and really likes snuggling her cats, Jynx and Eevee.
Friday, June 7, 2019 4:00 p.m. | Location: Embassy Suite 204
Lolita High Tea
Youkoso! Join OKC Lolita Community for this social and interactive Japanese-culture High Tea experience. Dress code required, limit 35 participants. (2 hours, free with convention membership)
Dress Code: All Tea Party attendees are expected to wear Lolita, Ouji, Aristocrat, or formal J-fashion attire to maintain the immersive aesthics of this event. All Japanese brands, indie brands, and handmade items in these stylings are permitted. Other styles of cosplay, maid costumes, and casual attire are not accepted attire for this occassion.
Saturday, June 8, 2019 10:00 a.m. | Location: Oklahoma H
Lolita Fashion Show
Gothic, Sweet, Punk, Classic, and Kodona, and more – this SoonerCon inaugural Lolita fashion-show event features Lolita clothing and accessory styles from OKC and around the globe. With fashions modeled by Allison Breckon, Allison Eads, Ashley Evans, Brooke Merrick, Charli Wrench, Chloe Elzo, Emily Pearson, Heather Hewitt, Kayla Parker, Lollie Moore, Marlie Adams, Sable Ann Furrh, Savanna (Blake) Phipps, and Tori Rodgers.
Sunday, June 9, 2019 2:00 p.m. | Location: Sooner A
How Not to be the Creepy Person in the Corner
There she is, looking radiant in her Squirrel Girl cosplay. So what do you do now? You want to talk to her, but it feels awkward. How to approach this situation without coming across as "That Guy?" A candid talk on the increasing difficulty of meeting new people and picking up on social cues.