Thanks to some industrious students at Bath Spa University in the UK in collaboration with Pilgrims Choice cheeses, Lady Gaga can now wear a steak 'n' cheese dress. Pilgrims Choice Vintage, Extra Mature and Red Leicester cheese were melted and molded into five wearable gowns by students who put in over 1,000 hours of work on their creations, the Daily Mail is reporting. They even made "Jimmy Cheese" shoes to pair with their fromage frocks.
Now, I really love cheese and I really love dresses but the thought of dresses made out of cheese is just not OK by me. Neither are dresses made out of hospital supplies. Or toilet paper. Or steak. But it doesn't stop people from making them.
Here, a quick look at some dresses made from all sorts of weird crap.
Another dress made out of cheese. What happens if she stays in the sun too long? Do people stand by with toast on sticks for dipping?
The infamous meat dress Lady Gaga wore to the 2010 VMA's. I also really love meat and this still grosses me out. I think the meat shoes held together buy butcher string are the worst part somehow. Or maybe it's the hat.
These dresses made from adult diapers, syringes and assorted hospital supplies are the creations of registered nurse/artist Amy Zucker (courtesy of the University of Chicago alumni magazine). The adult diaper dress just makes me feel poopy but I must admit I don't hate the rubber glove one.
Designer Laura Dreger was commissioned by Toiletta to make this dress using only paper toilet seat covers. She used 520 toilet seat covers and put in 100 hours of work. Not bad right?
Thank you Daily News, for discovering Heidi Abramson and her jewelry made of cat fur. I feel like I have a hair ball in my throat now.
Tara Frey's prom dress is made entirely from Starbursts. It took her mom six years to make.
"Oh hey, I'm just hanging out, wearing some bananas and waffles as clothes. What?" About two years before Gaga donned her famous meat dress to the VMA’s, a group of 15 designers were commissioned by photographer Ted Sabarese to create looks made entirely of food. This is my favorite of those looks.
Artist Dave Rittinger created "zero footprint" clothing made from leaves, and this one just kills me. And makes me a little embarrassed to live in Brooklyn.