Don’t Get Hoppy: Star Wars Bunnies Cosplay Shines Bright at Celebration

“I find your lack of fluff disturbing.”

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Star Wars Celebration gave some cosplayers an excuse to break out their bunny tails again. You may remember of few of them from the super cool Gotham Bunnies group we posted last year but this one features an Admiral Ackbar head so…

Ackbunny herself, Jennifer Newman told The Mary Sue:

Lauren Bregman of Castle Corsetry was the mastermind of this group. She’s an extremely talented pattern maker and seamstress, and she personally hand drafted all of the custom corseted bunny suit patterns for each girl. With the help of her team and many of the bunnies, the costumes for this group have been in the works for a year but really came together in the last 2 months of non-stop sewing parties. Everyone involved has been a life long fan of the Star Wars franchise, and we were so happy to be able to show off Lauren’s gorgeous costumes and all of our hard work to fellow fans at Celebration!

X-Wing Pilot Luke – Victoria Schmidt
Leia – Ryan Keely
Han Solo –Rileah Vanderbilt
Chewebacca – Leanna Vamp
Boba Fett – Milynn Sarley
Storm Trooper 1 – Stacey Bender
Storm Trooper 2 – Aabria Lipscomb
Darth Vader – Adrianne Curry
Grand Moff Tarkin – Jes Reaves
C3-PO – Amanda Lynn Shafer
R2-D2 – Lauren Bregman
Yoda – Amanda Franchini
Lando Calrissian – Alicia Marie
Admiral Ackbar (Ackbunny) – Jennifer Newman
Oola – Chrissy Lynn Kyle
Rystall – Berndadette Bentley
Wompa Bunny – Elisa Teague
Emperor Heffner – Eliot Sirota

(all images were provided by the copslayers, all other credits are in gallery)

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