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Star Trek Into Darkness Khan Costume

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Star Trek Into Darkness introduced a new Khan. Khan Noonien Sing was played by Benedict Cumberbatch in the alternate reality and was younger than the Khan we met in Star Trek II. Kialna Cosplay put together costumes duplicating a few of Khan’s looks in the film, which means she flexed her skills to make not only costume pieces like coats and gloves but also props like handcuffs and weaponry. Her Khan looks would take up a solid quarter of my closet.

Kialna used craft foam to make the cuffs, used leather material to make a tunic and pants and waxed it, and drafted the design for the coat.

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