Garments Made From Food

Garments Made From Food
Design

Artist Sung Yeonju specializes in making exquisite dresses from an unlikely source.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 november 2010

Fancy wearing something that you normally eat? No, we are not talking about Lady Gaga’s meat dress. Korean designer Sung Yeonju’s new project Wearable Foods is a photoshoot of dresses that she made out of food items such as mushrooms, tomatoes and even bubble gum.

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