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Chicago Comic Con: Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair

POSTED BY chrisdvanne ON Aug 12, 2013 / 1 COMMENTS


For those who went to Chicago Comic Con last week-end, you probably met in the show hall some gentle people wearing flowers in their hair.
In addition, you may have seen all across this site photos of the Firefly gang - Summer Glau, Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk - wearing flower crowns, these ones:

Summer Glau, Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk at Chicago Comic Con 2013Summer Glau, Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk at Chicago Comic Con 2013Summer Glau, Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk at Chicago Comic Con 2013Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk at Chicago Comic Con

[Summer Glau, Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk at Chicago Comic Con]

Summer (Glau) time was filled with love there, not to mention that Morena Baccarin was obviously pregnant. All accross the convention, you could see people in motion, eager to celebrate their love for the celebrity guests.
I was wondering where this strange vibration came from and came up with the following explanation: Summer, Morena and Alan's flower crowns were offered by a shiny cosplayer named Maya Dinerstein, aka Ask Kaylee Frye. Find below a photo featuring Morena Baccarin Baccarin and Maya:
 
I actually met Morena a bit earlier in the day because her signature line was so small, me and a friend snuck in and gave her flower crowns (for her and Alan and Summer). She wore hers the rest of the day, it did match her outfit.

Morena Baccarin and Ask Kaylee Frye

And no, this is not a photo featuring Morena and the real Jewel Staite. Ask Kaylee Frye does not only cosplay our favorire mechanic, she also shares with Jewel Staite an uncanny resemblance; here are more photos of Maya:
 
Cosplay - When Kaylee meets KayleeCosplay - The Future Queen 2 (Margaery Tyrell, GoT)Cosplay - Kayle and Simon
Credit photo: Ask Kaylee Frye
 
A huge thank you to Ask Kaylee Frye for her creativity and for being so awesome!
 
Side note: if the title of this blog post or my prose sounds familiar, it's because I thought the lyrics of Scott McKenzie's song "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" would fit perfectly.




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  Message #1 | chrisdvanne | 2013 Aug 12, 18:13 GMT



"San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" is a song, written by John Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas, and sung by Scott McKenzie.




 
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