Four cosplayers from Ukraine have banded together to create an absolutely stunning take on League’s fan-favorite idol group K/DA, putting their own spin on Evelynn, Ahri, Kai’Sa, and Akali.
K/DA have made waves in the gaming music industry since their debut hit POP/STARS back in 2018. The League of Legends four-piece set hasn't released anything new since, but wild speculation always flurries around the community in the hopes for more collaborations with the popular group.
To this day, they remain some of the most popular characters in gaming to cosplay with their classy get-up always getting fans excited.
However, very rarely do you see a group of cosplayers managing to get all four characters together in the same spot. So when Ukrainian cosplayers ‘makusha,’ ‘Marengo,’ ‘MiKa,’ and ‘Sai Westwood’ got together for a photo shoot as the four queens of K/DA, there was even more reason to be hyped.
The group pulled off a number of different looks for the group, straying away from the default style of the group. Popping with pastel pinks and purples, the group’s take on K/DA has a more casual vibe to it.
Makusha took on Akali, with a bit more of a colorful vibe than the base K/DA skin. With a pink tank top and blue sweater, Maku looked as cool, calm, and collected as the shadow assassin herself.
MiKa starred as Kai’Sa, front-and-center in the shoot with the iconic double bun and braid hairstyle. Swapping out the tight fitting pants for a more loose fit, she still manages to pull off the confident aura of the AD carry.
Marengo hit the stage as Ahri, with a more glittery look that differs from the other three. The crisp white is a bit of a contrast to the pinks and purples of the others, standing out as the Prestige skin of the lot.
Finally, Sai stole the show with a great rendition of Evelynn. With knee length boots and a matching one-piece, she’s got the same swagger as the Agony’s Embrace.
While the group often meet up at cosplay conventions around Eastern Europe together, they rarely manage to get together for a group shoot like this.
Marengo described the shoot with her best friends as “the most hard and the most lovely photoshoot in my life,” and you can see the lengths they all went to pull it off.
Getting one member of the group nailed down is already incredible, but managing to assemble all four in such a manner is another level of impressive.
While there’s no set date for when K/DA are expected to release another hit, fans are still eagerly holding out hope that the group will get back together and produce some more great tunes.