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Thank you for spending time on my page. I'm new to cosplay, conventions, and costume fabrication. I'm still learning how to work with different materials and techniques but what I've made so far has been well received so I must be doing something right. I've added a Wizard World Con to my schedule and I'm also looking into others. When I'm not in costume or fabricating one, I'm an emergency services worker. And that's why I cosplay. I've seen so much pain and sadness and suffering in my job, it's exciting to step into a "character" and just for a little while, put a smile on someone's face. Makes it very worth while. Please feel free to ask me about my costumes and crafting techniques. I'd love to share my cosplay experiences with you.
Kate Lambert , known professionally as " Kato ", is a British model, fashion designer, singer and entrepreneur. A native of Wales, Kato emigrated to the United States in One of the most recognisable faces of the steampunk community, Kato has been called "the supermodel of steampunk"  [ non-primary source needed ] and steampunk's "it" girl. Kato was also on the cover of the August issue of Bizarre Magazine ,  which referred to her as a "steampunk idol" and " pin-up legend". In July she was on the cover of Phantasm Magazine's steampunk issue, where she was referred to as "The Queen of Steam". She grew up in a Victorian rectory behind a 13th-century cemetery, and credits this for her love of Victorian style. After graduating she launched her first business, called Moshka, where she made and sold dread hair falls online and at craft fairs and markets throughout Wales. In , Kato founded the first steampunk clothing company, "Steampunk Couture",  producing high-quality, custom-fit clothing and accessories catering specifically to the steampunk genre. In , when Dr.
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