About Cos Couture
Cos Couture was built to help fill a void in the cosplay community. This is a safe place for all cosplay artists to be featured and have their work credited. On this site the playing field has been leveled and cosplayers, photographers, makeup artists, prop makers, and costume designers will all have their equal place in the sun. We honestly don’t care if you’ve never cosplayed before or if you have 10,000 fans on your Facebook page. Good is good, and it deserves to be featured. We do our best, but if you see something we missed, recognize someone, or would like your links changed, we would be honored to help and flattered that you were here to read!

Cos Couture never insults or exploits our readers and featured artists by resorting to other site’s tactics to increase traffic. You won’t see the word “sexy” here, or fail, ugly, and hot. Not ever. To us the human form is always beautiful and we want the work you do speak for itself. You don’t need us to heavily keyword your extraordinary efforts!

This concept is paying off with you wonderful readers! We are simply blown away and humbled by the sheer volume of you. We are so grateful for every share on our Facebook page and message Gillian receives. She hears you! This site is our gift to you all. You deserve a gallery, and we are happy to be a part of your cosplay journey!

About Gillian – Writer and Co-Owner of Cos Couture

Gillian has written over 450 articles celebrating the art of cosplay and is the main writer for Cos Couture. She created this website because she wanted a safe, positive place to find inspiration by character and was unable to find one herself. She’s been a convention guest and panelist and often asked to speak about equality, positivity, and convention etiquitte. Gillian is also an administrator of Themyscira, a women’s only group that educates women against online bullying and harassment and offers them a safe haven to gather.

About Lia : Co-Owner, Business Manager, and Publicist
Lia has an MBA in Business Management and a BS in Business Administration. She’s a Justice of the Peace, a Notary Public for the State of New Hampshire, a certified diamontologist, and she owns New England Cupcakery & Treats. All that, and she dances ballroom, does polar bear plunges, and attends conventions in her spare time. She’s basically Supergirl.

About Detty – Marketing Director, Consultant, and Guest Writer
Detty is an actor/cosplayer/writer based out of New York City. He and his wonderful fiance, Mrs. Detty, own the costuming business Detty Cosplay. Originally from Dayton, OH, Detty has always been a superhero geek, dawning his first superhero costume at age five (it was a homemade spiderman costume made of red sweats and black duct tape). Since then, he has grown a flare for the dramatics. A proud member of Sag-Aftra and Actor’s Equity, you may have seen him on such TV shows as 30 Rock, Blue Bloods, and Gossip Girl. Beyond acting and Cosplay, Detty spends his nonexistent free time teaching at an after school program, playing ukulele, touring the country as a guest at comic conventions, and maintaining a high score in Tetris at the local watering hole. You can find Detty’s Cosplay work on Facebook.



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