'Plus-size' model recreates Rihanna and other celeb red carpet looks - using food!

Rihanna in a beautiful red gown.
Rihanna in a beautiful red gown.

Cosplaying, online sensation Benjaphorn "Sine" Chetsadakan is our latest Instagram find. The Thai native's account is almost at 65K, and we know why. Her ability to reimagine red carpet looks, made from expensive haute couture, is unparalleled. 

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Bustle recently featured her, showing us just what can be constructed using groceries. The red carpet looks she reimagines are all made from edibles like ham and kale.

Celebs she's copied include the likes of Fan Bing Bing and Rihanna. 

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But she doesn't stop at red carpet looks as she has also reinterpreted magazine shoots using newspaper and Lays chips packets.

This really shows that anything can be used as a fabric. 

There are many Instagrammers who love to recreate looks worn by celebs on the red carpet or posted on Instagram. Celeste Barber is an Australian comedian who has over 4 million followers on Insta and just loves to take the mickey with her parody poses. 

A lot of her content also has to do with body politics, as she often points out the lack of inclusivity in modelling.  

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