Toronto Fan expo outifts

Street Style: At the 2011 Fan Expo

Name: Jonny
Occupation: Artist
My Costume: Raydeen the Shogun Warrior.
Favourite Part of the Costume: I love that it was home made, it took almost 6 months to make.

Name: Red
Occupation: Artist
My Costume: I'm RC from the Transformers cartoon.
Favourite Part of the Costume: I've always loved Transformers, and RC is my favourite character.

Toronto Fan expo outifts

Name: Sarah
Occupation: Student
My Costume: I'm Astrid from How to Train Your Dragon.
Favourite Part of the Costume: These spiked shoulder pads.

Name: Carly
Occupation: Sales Associate
My Costume: I'm dressed as Ulala from Space Channel 5.
Favourite Part of the Costume: This guitar I made.

Toronto Fan expo outifts

Name: Brian
Occupation: Student
My Costume: It's a Japanese samurai costume.
Favourite Part of the Costume: that it's an authentic one I had shipped over from Japan.

Name: Keith
Occupation: Customer Service
My Costume: My costume is Dr. Indiana Jones, not from a particular movie.
Favourite Part of the Costume: The whip, of course.

Toronto Fan expo outifts

Name: Amber-Lee
Occupation: Vet Tech.
My Costume: I'm slave Leia from Return of the Jedi.
Favourite Part of the Costume: I love the whole thing.

Name: Julienne
Occupation: SFX artist
My Costume: This is a character from a videogame called The Witcher, and I am Geralt of Rivia.
Favourite Part of the Costume: This leather pouch I made.

See also: Street Style at the Toronto Fan Expo, 2010


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