Photos via romeingpanda.com
Fashion Week started early last night with the debut of ROMEingPANDA's Yummy Gummy collection, a series of of lucite rings, necklaces, and broaches in the guise of gummy bears by designers Jerome Solomon and Amanda Marcuson. Until the line is available for retail, original samples made from real gummy bears coated with a [...]
Photos via Ken Goldman on Flickr
Well, this'll keep those bratty culinary school externs in line. Jewelry designer Ken Goldman has come up with what may be the ultimate in functional chef apparel: a ring that also serves as a meat tenderizer. We imagine beating up some meat is quite the stress-reliever — finally, an outlet [...]
Back in February, we noted that the normally food-averse fashion world would be putting together a cookbook. And now you can own it!
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) have put together American Fashion Cookbook: 100 Designers' Best Recipes (buy at Amazon), perhaps the first pro-food document to be described by the Balenciaga [...]
Photographs via theuniformproject.com
Who knew you could be so fashionably envious of someone who can only wear one dress for an entire year? Back in May Sheena Matheiken began The Uniform Project to encourage and promote sustainable fashion, and also to raise money for children's education in India through the Akanksha School Project Foundation, so [...]
"Haute Charcuterie Sneakers" by the Swiss graphic design firm BlackYard. These were presented at Art Clash 2009, where teams of artists were challenged to customize Nike Air Force One sneakers, Frietag bags, the back door of a car, and more. See more photos at High Snobiety.
[via The Daily What]
If you're late to the butchering trend and you like to cook in your underwear, J Crew has the solution: La Boucherie boxer shorts. New for fall, they feature French cuts of meat served up, how else, but blue.
— Adam Robb
Style Bubble has a writeup and photos of De Culinaire Werkplaats' "Taste the Unwearables" exhibit and meal that featured edible fashion designs made from fruit and vegetable gelatin-based fabrics (no meat, they're vegetarian). The tagline: "Let fashion melt on your tongue."
Images via adsoftheworld.com
Here is a series of print ads by Bark Copenhagen for Waterfront Shopping, a mall complex in Denmark, that apparently has food and fashion.