20 super hot cosplay girls who are winning the internet
Stella Chuu calls herself “The Anime Princess of Burlesque”, giving her a unique flair that makes her stand out from other cosplayers. With over 500,000 likes on her Facebook page, Stella first started cosplaying in high school, and in 2011 she started to focus more on her cosplay and burlesque work.
Having cosplayed more than 100 anime characters under her belt since 2008, Angie’s adorable looks and accurate portrayals have brought her waves of fans. Now a popular figure and regular guest at South East Asia cosplay events, don’t miss Angie at Anime Festival Asia Singapore 2015.
Destiny Nickelson has over 433,000 likes on her Facebook page. Costuming has been a way of life for her since she was a little girl, when her mom taught her how to sew at the young age of 6. For her whole life, Nickelson grew up making her own Halloween costumes. Destiny attended her first convention in 2003 and fell in love with the art of cosplay; she hasn’t looked back since.
Yaya Han is an American cosplayer, model and costume designer based in the United States. She is a regular judge at cosplay competitions. Han was featured on the Syfy channel’s Heroes of Cosplay, and has appeared as a guest judge on the TBS reality show King of the Nerdsmultiple times. Yaya was named one of the top ten most popular Cosplayers in 2014.
Riki LeCotey, also known as Riddle, is a Canadian cosplayer, model and costume designer based in the United States. She is regarded by some as one of the top cosplayers in North America or even in the world.
LeCotey has been cosplaying for over a decade, and was a cosplay judge and special guest at many fan conventions in the USA and around the world, including in Dubai, Ireland, Chile, and the UK. She was a main cast member on both seasons of Syfy channel reality show Heroes of Cosplayin 2013-2014. She has worked as a specialty costumer on movies such as X-Men: First Class and Captain America: Civil War, and was featured in PBA’s 2012 documentary Cosplay: Crafting a Secret Identity. She is also the creator of a charity group, Cosplay for a Cause, whose first project raised over $30,000 for the Japanese Red Cross after the 2011 tsunami.