Sushi Socks Will Wrap Your Feet In Style

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Wrap your feet in style with Sushi Socks. Designed to look like your favorite raw fish roll, the comfy socks will help show off your sushi love from your hands down to your feet.

Sushi Socks are available in a variety of fish. Get them all and create a platter in your sock drawer.

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The Pizza Bikini Will Deliver Poolside

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If you’d like to look hot and fresh out of the oven this summer, the Pyknic Pizza Bikini is here to help.

Brought to us by our friends at Pyknic, the pepperoni and cheese-adorned swimwear will certainly get the men’s attention – or anyone else who hasn’t had lunch yet. Check out the Pizza Bikini here.

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Sushi Nails Are A Thing, Unsurprisingly In Japan

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Not content with waiting for it to pass by on the conveyor belt and ingest it, women in Japan are now wearing sushi all the time.

Sushi nail art is a thing in Japan… just sit in front of your nail lady and request the makicure.

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Clutch Handbags Made To Look Like Vintage Cereal Boxes

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If you’re looking for the perfect cereal couture, you should be holding on to one of these clutch handbags that are made to look like vintage cereal boxes.

Brought to us by English designer Anya Hindmarch, the cereal box clutches are part of her new Imperial collection. They’re to be featured at Hindmarch’s new Mini-Mart, which hopes to bring “luxury to the not-so-luxurious world of mini-mart products.”

The “luxury” part comes in the form of the packaging graphics printed on python skin, and accented with suede lining and gold closures. They’re GRRREAT!!

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The FabFood Project, High-End Fashion Brand Logos Recreated With Food

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If you like to play with your food, and you’re all about the label, we have just the photo series for you.

FabFood, by Linus Morales, helps give a few food items a major upgrade, by simply applying the logo of high-end fashion brands.

A typical pork chop goes couture with the addition of a Gucci logo. And, if your unbranded toast isn’t helping you feel better about yourself, a Louis Vuitton logo burnt-in might help.

[link, via designtaxi]