There are some things that ain’t without any explanation. I know there are many sci-fi fantasy anime which are really good Digimon, Code Geass, Afro Samurai and Sword Art online but there some that really went far like Macross Frontier. Well, I got to admit that it leans more on being a sci-fi but what hell with the Fairies in the galaxy?
They went to no exception on creating this specific character from the anime named Sheryl Nome also known as the Galactic Fairy is one of the main characters of Macross Frontier. Sheryl was to perform at the Macross Frontier space colony as part of her tour. She encounters Alto Saotome who is a backup performer for her concert. After an attack by an alien species on the colony, her fans try to escape this devastating attack while she drives off safely with Grace and Catherine in a limousine, aggravating Alto due to the fact that Sheryl bears no thought in her heart for her many fans. I know that she isn’t a “real” fairy but come on, Fair and Galaxy? really? Well anyway I love pink hair girls!
Our cosplayer for today is Yaya Han. She is a costume designer, model and cosplay entertainer with over a decade of experience. After discovering cosplay at Anime Expo in 1999, she quickly absorbed the heart and soul of costume design and creation. To this day Yaya has made close to 300 costumes in the genres of anime/manga, comic books, video games, sci-fi and her own original designs.
The cosplay is about the Japanese Culture Kimono. It’s made out of brocade satin and chiffons. For the beautiful Wigs, it’s made out of 2 different wigs which Yaya Han bought from Arda Wigs to create Sheryl’s elaborate wig and it seems that it was the biggest focus on creating the cosplay. The Kimono is made from satin brocase lik what I said. Every seam is serged and finished and overall, 10 yards of purple satin was used. Well personally, this cosplay is a YES since I love cosplay which emphasizes on cuteness and this cosplay is both cute and sexy!
Yaya Han is an exceptional cosplayer with a great talent for both modelling and tailoring her costumes let’s at least support her by following her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube Channel and DeviantArt. Let’s also support her photographer JWAI Design.