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Sine Benjaphorn is the owner of a plus-size clothing store in Bangkok.
To help promote her business, Benjaphorn decided a few years ago to start parodying the looks of local and international celebrities.
From couture to more casual ensembles, Benjaphorn has found inspiration in Rihanna, Thai actress Araya Hargate, Katy Perry, and even Kim Jong Un.
She told Bored Panda she’d like to tackle a Disney princess for her next challenge.

Turns out you don’t need thousands of dollars to emulate the style of your favorite celebrity or public figure. When you’re Sine Benjaphorn, owner of the Framsook Lek Lek clothing store in Bangkok, all you need to do is look in your kitchen.

Benjaphorn, who loves cosplay and food, figured out a way to use her enthusiasm for both to recreate high-end couture — and the results are seriously red-carpet ready.

“I love to eat, so I thought that food should be part of my costumes,” Benjaphorn told Bored Panda. “I have a lot of fun making every costume, and me and my relatives eat them afterwards.”

Benjaphorn’s most recent handiwork was inspired by the Ralph & Russo gown worn by Araya Hargate at the Cannes Film Festival in France. If you look closely, you’ll see that Benjaphorn’s version is constructed from bags of shrimp crackers:

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Source:: Business Insider

      

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