Ted Sabarese photographed these delicious eatable hi- fashion dresses. Designers Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault of Project Runway were involved and each garment that took hours to cook, create and assemble.
YOU'LL NEVER GO HUNGRY
|Artist and designer Nancy Wu Made of 100% beef jerky, this take on the classic Chanel bag was created by hand-sewing sheets of air-dried meat to simulate a crocodile bag. Do you think Coco would approve of it?|
|German bakery group Lambertz Have we died and gone to chocolate heaven? Made of 100% solid chocolate, this edible bustier bubble dress was carefully worn by German model Alena Gerber for an annual show in Munich in January 2010.|
|American fashion designer Jeremy Scottfall 2006 collection playfully paired a spaghetti dress with — what else? — a meatball necklace.|