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Yolkler (TH)1

// January 23, 2011

Cosplay Gen: What is your favorite cosplay up till now and why?
Yolkler: I don’t have a favorite cosplay, because I always think I can make another one that’s better. But, up till now, maybe Mononoke (Kusuriuri), because Japanese people told me that my Kusuriuri cosplay is the same as the Kusuriuri character.

Yolkler as Mononoke (Kusuriuri)
Yolkler
Years of Cosplay: 8 years
Bangkok, Thailand

Yolkler Cosplay

Yolkler as Grimmjow Jeagerjaques (Bleach)
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Grimmjow Jeagerjaques (Bleach)
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Ciel Phantomhive (Kuroshitsuji)
Yolkler as Ciel Phantomhive (Kuroshitsuji)
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Ciel Phantomhive (Kuroshitsuji)
CG: How has cosplay changed your life or who you are?
Yolkler: Cosplay changed my life very much. If I didn’t cosplay, I wouldn’t be into fashion or choose the fashion design school. Cosplay made me care about myself and made me self-confident. And yes, cosplay helped me make a lot of foreigner cosplayer friends.
Yolkler as Nogami Ryotaro (Kamen Rider Den-O)
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Nogami Ryotaro (Kamen Rider Den-O)
Yolkler as Nogami Ryotaro (Kamen Rider Den-O)
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Nogami Ryotaro (Kamen Rider Den-O)
Yolkler as Usaki Toudou (Dolls)
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Usaki Toudou (Dolls)
CG: Since you’re into a fashion school, do you have any favorite Japanese fashion, brand or designer?
Yolkler:My favorite Japanese fashion designer is H. NAOTO. I love the textile, leather is really good. And Yohji Yamamoto too; he’s very famous, I love his work. And the last one… is Kilgour. I really love Kilgour, it’s his work I sew for the first time. Maybe I like a simple style, and his work is very simple but dignified altogether. But too bad I sew only one collection.
Yolkler as Viral (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann)
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Viral (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann)
Yolkler as Genkishi (Katekyo Hitman Reborn)
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Genkishi (Katekyo Hitman Reborn)
Yolkler as Ciel Phantomhive (Kuroshitsuji)
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Ciel Phantomhive (Kuroshitsuji)
Cosplay Gen: What can you tell us about the cosplay community in Thailand?
Yolkler:If it’s about the public, I think the community looks like an entertainment industry. What you see in the entertainment industry you can also see in the Thai cosplay community (gods! the secret!! hahaha). If community means Internet, Thai cosplayers have nowadays memberships on the Cure website (but it’s basic, because almost all the cosplayers in the world have Cure memberships), and mostly on Exteen. And yes, Facebook is popular too.
Yolkler as Gian Carlo (Lucky Dog)
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Gian Carlo (Lucky Dog)
Yolkler as Giulio Di Bondone (Lucky Dog)
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Giulio Di Bondone (Lucky Dog)
Cosplay Gen: What do you do with the costumes from previous cosplays? Do you keep them? Do you recycle them for future cosplays?
Yolkler: I keep all costumes from previous cosplays. If the costume is bad, I leave it (but I haven’t done that yet), and if some part can fit for other costume, I recycle it for future cosplay as well; for example, for my Angel Sanctuary (Mudou) and Otomen (Hanamasa) I have the same costume, I just modified it a bit.
Yolkler as Kusuriuri (Mononoke)
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Kusuriuri (Mononoke)
Yolkler as Mesiah (Persona 3)
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Mesiah (Persona 3)
CG: Do you have any cosplayers you look up to or inspire you?
Yolkler:I have cosplayers who inspire me and who can depict a lot of different characters; I think that’s great for cosplay. I like Kei, she’s a great cosplayer. I love her and all things she does: her acting, make up, costumes – all are great, and her photographer is great too. Harumi is another great cosplayer; I love when she changes her characters; she chooses very different characters, but she manages to do it. Other cosplayers I like are Hasu 82, and Nami. I think they are very beautiful!
Yolkler as Fay D. Flourite (Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE)
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Fay D. Flourite (Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE)

Photo Credits:

Main & profile info picture by CHiNG
01, 04 , 05, 12, 13, 14CHiNG
02, 03SOKETSU
07, 08, 11DK
09Binko

1 Comment

  1. almira shanxena wammy's chesire says:

    so cool!!!!

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