With Halloween just around the corner, “Squid Game” knock-off costumes from Chinese factories are popping up on e-commerce websites.
Super rip-off: The costumes, which can be found on websites like Shopee and Taobao, are made to look like the outfits worn by the game’s soldiers from the hit South Korean Netflix show, according to Mothership.
Soyon An, the Korean American costume designer who won her first Emmy at only 27 years old, opened up about her journey to creative success and how her parents were originally disappointed with her career path.
An impressive portfolio: As a three-time Emmy Award-winning costume designer and celebrity stylist, An’s works appeared on a number of stars and in hit shows.
Bristol Novelty, a third-party online store in Amazon, is receiving backlash for using a racial slur in one of their product names.
In one of their ads on Amazon, the online store describes one product – a costume of a Chinese-themed hat with a fake pigtail – as a “Chinaman hat with pigtail.”
A Filipino girl is going viral on social media for her incredibly realistic Halloween 2018 costume, where she went out as a headless girl.
Maya, the now-internet-famous girl, went trick-or-treating in Southbay Village, Paranaque, Philippines last weekend along with her mother, Krystel Hwang, who took the viral video and uploaded it to her social media accounts – both on Facebook and on Instagram – Mashable reported.
Animals celebrate Halloween through their owners, like this adorable little cat who was turned into a ferocious, people-eating creature from another dimension called a Demogorgon.
The costume, which was shared online by Japanese Twitter user @kri1226, was inspired by the creature of the same name from the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things.”
A man in Malaysia was arrested and is now under investigation for a failed attempt at a Halloween costume.
Malaysian authorities did not find the Halloween outfit of the man dressed as a “suicide bomber” at all amusing.