Fashion Parody Queen Uses Food to Recreate Costumes

Back in 2016, a young Thai lady by the name of Benjaphorn “Sine” Jessadakarn achieved overnight fame after her unique parody of a red carpet dress went viral.

While the original frilly pink gown worn by Thai Actress Araya “Chompoo” Hargate in Cannes that year wowed photographers, as soon as Sine saw it, it reminded her of prawn crackers, so she decided to replicate the look with bags of prawn crackers! Overnight, a star was born.

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Sine immediately went viral around the world, with local and international media outlets praising her low-cost cosplay look. They scrambled to find out more about this woman who was being dubbed The Parody Queen on social media.

As the owner of a plus-sized clothing store, Sine told everyone that her passion for low-cost cosplay came about after she came up with the idea of using clothes from her shop to replicate celebrity outfits.

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After posting photos of her looks on social media with the idea of promoting her clothing store, Framsook Lek Lek, Sine’s talent has grown by the day, with even more outrageous parody designs made with edible ingredients appearing online.

With every new post, people from around the world react with smiles, laughter and applause for the 22 year old’s parody genius.

Last year she copied Rihanna’s 2017 Met Gala look, creating her own version of the floral Comme Des Garçons Fall 2016 runway piece with a variety of luncheon meats.

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This year, she took on another red carpet look by replicating ruffled aquamarine ball gown worn by Chinese actress Fan Bingbing at the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival. Sine’s low-cost version was made with what appears to be hundreds of lettuce or kale leaves, topped off with a pot in place of Fan’s silver handbag.

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Thai Actress Araya “Chompoo” Hargate remains one of Sine’s greatest inspirations, with this stylish yellow number worn by the star giving birth to a yellow parody dress made from chunks of durian fruit.

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With so many celebrities and fashion-forward looks appearing on the red carpets of the world day in day out, Sine isn’t short of inspiration when it comes to creating parody looks.

Sine says she has a lot of fun putting her outfits together, and even more fun eating her outfits later with family and friends. – Sora News 24

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