Rengoku Kyojuro from Demon Slayer

Kyojuro Rengoku is a character from the hit anime, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Known as the Flame Pillar, he is one of the nine Hashiras of the Demon Slayer Corps. Regarding his duties as a Hashira, he is enthusiastic and eccentric. He’s a master swordsman, and he enjoys boasting about his technique as a result of his practice and discipline. Above all, Rengoku is an honorable warrior whose mantra comes from his mother: those who were born strong have a duty to protect the weak. At the end of the first season, Rengoku accompanies Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu on the Magen (Infinity) Train to defeat a high ranking demon.

Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg from The Fifth Element

In Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element, Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg (played by Gary Oldman) is a weapons dealer who falls in league with Mr. Shadow, also known as the Ultimate Evil intent on destroying Earth.  Zorg attacks Leeloo while looking for the four elemental stones, though his plans are eventually thwarted by Korben Dallas and others.  Recreating Zorg’s futuristic look may take some time if you want to get the pieces just right, but you can always tone down his wet-look holographic clothes by choosing slightly more muted pieces in similar colors.  By getting crafty with some clear plastic and a small toupee, you can evoke a look that is similar to Zorg’s unique hair and futuristic head piece.

Kicks from Animal Crossing New Horizons

Kicks from Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Kicks is one of the wandering merchants that show up on your island at random in the game Animal Crossing: New Horizons. He sets himself up in the town square when he arrives and stays until late that night. Kicks is a skunk, but don’t let that put you off. Because if there is one thing about him that doesn’t stink, it’s his sense of fashion! Whether it’s shoes, socks, handbags, or accessories, he’s always got the latest and greatest!

The challenge with Animal Crossing characters is deciding how much of their animal nature to include. You can copy Kicks’ look by just copying his clothes or you can use black body paint and white body paint to achieve his classic skunk markings. You will also need peach body paint to create his nose.

In both cases you will want a white wig and pomade for styling as well as a yellow driver’s cap. A cream button down shirt, tan suspenders, yellow knee pants, brown boots, and white gloves make up the rest of his outfit. If you decide to go for the animal-accurate look you will also want black ears and a skunk tail in addition to your body paint.

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Ariana Grande in “Positions”

Ariana Grande is a pop singer who continues to stay at the top of the charts, perhaps the most popular of our generation. Her song “Positions”, which is also the title of her new album, has over 200 million listens on Spotify. The music video, which features Ariana quite literally “switching the positions” as the president and posing around the White House, garnered 108 million views on Youtube.  These are only two of her 60s-era Jackie Kennedy inspired outfits from the video. Others include a vintage houndstooth winter-coat and a yellow blazer with a matching yellow miniskirt.

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Michael Langdon

Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) is a character in American Horror Story. He appears at the end of Murder House and as the antagonist of Apocalypse. He is the son of Tate Langdon and Vivian Harmon, who was stolen as a baby by Constance Langdon. Because he is the sinister offspring of a the Rubber Man, he is believed to be the Antichrist. Michael embodies all evil and stops at nothing to bring about the apocalypse. In this quest, he tries to tempt other characters such as Cordelia and Madison with the seven deadly sins. He tends to be violent and explosive, though he has moments of emotion and sensitivity. Although Michael appears  handsome, his true form is an emaciated being with black eyes.

Stefon from SNL

Stefon is a character in the comedy show Saturday Night Live. Flamboyant yet anxious, he makes several appearances on Weekend Update with Seth Meyers as the city correspondent. Created and portrayed by Bill Hader — with the help of John Mulaney — Stefon shares his favorite destinations for tourists coming to New York City. These places often include bizarre parties and nightclubs. He speaks in a soft, high voice and often puts his hands over his mouth. The exact Ed Hardy python shirt is really hard to find, so we suggest layering an olive green t-shirt over a graphic long sleeve shirt to mimic it.

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George Jetson from The Jetsons

On the cartoon sitcom The Jetsons, George (voiced by George O’Hanlon) is the husband of Jane and father of Judy and Elroy.  Though he is a loving and devoted family man, he often finds himself and his family in ridiculous situations because of poor decisions he has made.  George’s outfit consists of a white shirt with popped collar, green belt, and blue pants.  By trimming a Ziggy Stardust wig, you can achieve George’s trademark orange hair.

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Tom Haverford from Parks and Recreation

Tom Haverford (played by Aziz Ansari) is a member of the Pawnee, Indiana parks and recreation department along with April, Leslie, and Ron.  He also considers himself a multimedia mogul and entrepreneur.  Though Tom’s personality can be abrasive and over-the-top at times, he reveals himself to be a good businessmen, and an even better friend.  Tom’s clothing is always fashionable and sometimes outlandish, making him the perfect character to emulate if you are looking to show off your unique sense of style or you have a penchant for coordinating pocket squares.

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Honest John

Honest John, also known as J. Worthington Foulfellow, is an antagonist in the Disney movie  Pinnochio. Contrary to his name, he is a conniving fox. Together with his bumbling sidekick, Gideon, he spends his time swindling the villagers. Honest John uses his charisma and persuasion to convince others to do what he wants. In a get-rich-quick scheme, he sells Pinnochio to Stromboli. This character was based on the Fox in Carlo Collodi’s original collection of Pinnochio fairy tales.