The dress is a combination of tacos made from hand-painted card stock, tissue paper, and felt. The flowers and ruffles are made from Taco Bell wrappers. It’s truly a beauty.
The Cereal Dress was created using 4,000 stalks of wheat, 500 whole almonds, 800 cut almonds, 50 vanilla pods, 50 vanilla flowers, 450 whole apples, and 100 curled apple peels, preserved peels, and apple slices.
Pass the milk, and let’s enjoy this breakfast couture.
[via Mental Floss]
What better way to conceptualize food as couture, than to actually use food items to complete fashion sketches?
Thankfully, artist Gretchen Röehrs enjoys fashion and playing with her food. She’s created a series of illustrations where various foodstuffs are cleverly-placed to act as dresses and other accessories.
Can’t wait to see these on the runway…
Make a fashion statement and pay homage to garish disposable drinkware, with the Solo Jazz Paper Cup Sweatshirt.