Jessica Rabbit is a critical character in the live action animated film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The plot of the film centers around Jessica Rabbit being rumored to have had an affair with businessman Marvin Acme. When Marvin Acme is discovered dead, the finger is pointed at Roger Rabbit.
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Why I chose to make this costume:
Jessica Rabbit has always been one of the most mesmerizing cartoon characters to me - as a kid she made me watch the movie over and over again, and as a cosplayer, she was always a huge challenge for me to portrait. I've been collecting materials for her for almost 2 years, and wanted to make this costume to the best to my abilities. The shape is not photoshopped, just clever cosplay engineering. I engineered 2 Victoria's Secret Miraculous bras into the corset, which is steel boned coutil. The extreme illusion is created by pulling in the waist, padding the top and wearing a booty bump hahaha. I specifically chose pink instead of red for the dress because in the movie her famous singing scene features a pink dress. Pink makes the entire outfit look more cartoon-y! Here is a youtube video of Jessica in the pink dress doing her famous stage performance from the movie. Here is a work in progress collage of my Jessica Rabbit dress. I adore my wig which is a Matilda from Arda Wigs!
Costumes made/modeled by Yaya between 1999 - now.
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