At the very minimum, Copenhagen Grotesque Burlesque is a crazy beautiful costume party. There is no way to be overdressed (seriously, people have tried). Your costume can be one that’s taken 6 months to make, or 6 hours. The point is, be creative and do the unexpected.
For costume inspiration, see our what our beautiful guest have created throughout the years, or visit our Pinterest gallery .
Dresscode is STRICTLY Enforced!
Copenhagen Grotesque Burlesque:
Night of the Kabukimono dress code:
Absolutely no entry with jeans, everyday clothes,
or plastic / inflatable costumes. Anime/Manga is not part of this dresscode – please refer to the theme here.
Kabukimonos, Gorgeous Geishas, Scandalous Samurais, Mischievous Monks, Maiden Maikos, Nefarious Ninjas, Strong Sumos, Sakura and Sake, Thunderous Taiko, Zany Zen Masters, Onnagata – men playing women, Aragoto – super heroes of Kabuki, Izumo no Okuni – the first woman of kabuki, Kimonos, Yukata, Uchikake, Tsumami-kamzashi – elaborate hair pieces, Happi Coat, bizarre, outlandish, colourful, silk, avant-garde, eccentric, edo-era.
Every party has a theme and we encourage everyone to incorporate the theme into their costume. Some of our past themes and dress codes have been: