Before Gaga's Meat Dress These Designers Created Waffle Pants And Challah Bread Epaulets

About two years before Gaga donned her famous meat dress to the VMA's this past September, a group of 15 designers were commissioned by photographer Ted Sabarese to create looks made entirely of food. The photos and the creations, which were brought to our attention by Behance, are so good we had to post them. Sabarese explains on his site that the photo project, titled "Hunger Pains," was intended to explore the relationship between people and the food they eat (there's also a making-of video). He commissioned Ami Goodheart at SOTU productions, a company that makes things like human chandeliers happen at parties for people like Richard Branson, to gather the talent to create the looks. Each model wore an outfit created solely of food depicting a meal the designer was craving. We're partial to the artichoke gown made by Project Runway alums Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault and the waffle pants. Which look would you like to munch on? (And is it just us, or does the waffle pants guy look like the leaf shirt guy?)
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About two years before Gaga donned her famous meat dress to the VMA's this past September, a group of 15 designers were commissioned by photographer Ted Sabarese to create looks made entirely of food. The photos and the creations, which were brought to our attention by Behance, are so good we had to post them. Sabarese explains on his site that the photo project, titled "Hunger Pains," was intended to explore the relationship between people and the food they eat (there's also a making-of video). He commissioned Ami Goodheart at SOTU productions, a company that makes things like human chandeliers happen at parties for people like Richard Branson, to gather the talent to create the looks. Each model wore an outfit created solely of food depicting a meal the designer was craving. We're partial to the artichoke gown made by Project Runway alums Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault and the waffle pants. Which look would you like to munch on? (And is it just us, or does the waffle pants guy look like the leaf shirt guy?)
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About two years before Gaga donned her famous meat dress to the VMA's this past September, a group of 15 designers were commissioned by photographer Ted Sabarese to create looks made entirely of food. The photos and the creations, which were brought to our attention by Behance, are so good we had to post them.

Sabarese explains on his site that the photo project, titled "Hunger Pains," was intended to explore the relationship between people and the food they eat (there's also a making-of video). He commissioned Ami Goodheart at SOTU productions, a company that makes things like human chandeliers happen at parties for people like Richard Branson, to gather the talent to create the looks. Each model wore an outfit created solely of food depicting a meal the designer was craving. We're partial to the artichoke gown made by Project Runway alums Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault and the waffle pants.

Which look would you like to munch on? (And is it just us, or does the waffle pants guy look like the leaf shirt guy?)