Cosplayers Create Their Own Wonder Woman Vanity Fair Shoot

You know how nerd stuff sometimes appears in Vanity Fair looking all gorgeous and fancy? A team of cosplayers decided to stage their own version, only this time with the characters from the new Wonder Woman movie.

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In keeping with the spirit of Vanity Fair shoots, not only did the cosplayers pose around some nice furniture, but they split their outfits between film costumes and formal wear as well.

The cosplayers are:

Downen Creative Studios as Hypolita, Harbeastie as Wonder Woman, JJ Stefishen as Antiope, Yasemin Art as Diana (costume by Pat Dooley) and AbbyCat Cosplay as the Amazon (costume by Harbeastie).

The formal dresses and jewelry were supplied by Se•Lyn Boutique, while all photos are by Downen Photography.

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Illustration for article titled Cosplayers Create Their Own iWonder Woman/i Vanity Fair Shoot
Illustration for article titled Cosplayers Create Their Own iWonder Woman/i Vanity Fair Shoot
Illustration for article titled Cosplayers Create Their Own iWonder Woman/i Vanity Fair Shoot
Illustration for article titled Cosplayers Create Their Own iWonder Woman/i Vanity Fair Shoot
Illustration for article titled Cosplayers Create Their Own iWonder Woman/i Vanity Fair Shoot
Illustration for article titled Cosplayers Create Their Own iWonder Woman/i Vanity Fair Shoot

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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DISCUSSION

Eh? A couple thoughts without trying to sound like a total asshat...

Vanity fair is like perfection... trying to copy vanity fair just looks like those “funny girl on twitter copies model’s twitter, hilarity ensues articles. Cosplayers do not look like high fashion models, Le syn boutique clothes dont photograph that great, fashion photographs make it look much better etc. Not a huge fan of this.