Thai Model Creates Low-Cost Cosplay Recreations Of Celebrity Looks


Social media star Benjaphorn "Sine" Chetsadakan is not your average cosplayer. Her signature designs all have one ingredient that makes them truly mouthwatering – food. It all began three years ago when the plus-size model grabbed the internet's attention with by recreating Thai actress Araya “Chompoo” Hargate’s red carpet look from the Cannes Film Festival, using bags of prawn crackers from her mother’s store. Sine's fame has only taken off from there, and she now has 76.1k Instagram followers.

The 22-year-old Thai delicacy designer began her parody career in an attempt to promote her own plus-size clothing shop. “Originally, I wanted to be an inspiration for plus-size women. I wanted to show that even I could put together an outfit and look beautiful. So in the beginning, the looks that I created were everyday wear, and it escalated from that,” she told Coconuts Bangkok in an interview. 

From heroes to elegant stars, scroll down below to take a bite out of some couture and cosplay looks from Sine and don't forget to upvote your favs!

  1. 1 Cornetto

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    Unicorn VS Unicorn changed

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  2. 2 Dust Scatter

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    Dust Scatter VS Dusting

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  3. 3 Guess Girl

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    Boots can't get the mood

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  4. 4 Concept Furniture

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    Abdominal pain came in. Is a set designed for that day of the month

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  5. 5 Aquaman

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    Lord of the Sea VS Lord of the Market

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  6. 6 Hela

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    Trick or treat

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  7. 7 Katy Perry

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    When entering a new forest VS when eating everything in the forest

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  8. 8 Louis Koo

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    Am I handsome?

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  9. 9 Alita Battle Angel

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    Alita VS Anija

    The cyber world cannot get rid of Anisha's hunger

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  10. 10 Poem Dress

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    Ya Ya VS Grandma

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