Oh. My. Gosh. You have to see these pictures to believe them. I can imagine it now, waking up in the morning and thinking, “I am in the mood to wear my dress made out of bread today, no wait, I think I’ll wear my shorts made out of pasta or my pants made out of waffles.”
Yep, as you see below, these are fashion designs created with real food. They are part of a series called “Hunger Pains” and each outfit is a representation of what that person was craving. Hmm… I wonder if they can make me a dress made out of coffee and chocolate?
As silly as it sounds, this was no easy task. It took 15 designers working together to make it happen. For example, in the artichoke dress below, that model had to stand there for six hours while they attached those artichokes leaf by leaf. I don’t even like artichokes, how could someone crave those? I’ve been with @radiopotato1 many times when she ate artichokes, and I just don’t get it. Hahaha
Just in case you were wondering, these photographs were shot pre-Lady Gaga wearing meat to an awards show. So sorry to disappoint you, but that is not where Ami Goodheart and her team at SOTO Productions (they designed 4 of these) or the team of Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault (they designed the artichoke dress) or Ted Sabarese (photographer) got their inspiration!