Would You Rather...? The Salad Dressing Edition

And they say fashion people don't like food... T Magazine's "Salad Days" editorial from their most recent issue featured several dresses that had be
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And they say fashion people don't like food... T Magazine's "Salad Days" editorial from their most recent issue featured several dresses that had be
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And they say fashion people don't like food...

T Magazine's "Salad Days" editorial from their most recent issue featured several dresses that had been decked out in fruits, veggies and fish (yum)--And, surprisingly, this isn't the first time we've seen fashions made out of food. A few years ago artist Ted Sabarese commissioned a few designers to create several looks out of his favorite munchies, including waffle pants, bread epaulets and a wonderful gown out of artichokes. Then again, the person who should really be credited for making this whole "salad dressing" thing cool, is none other than Paul Newman, whose delicious salad toppings have been the staple of every calorie-conscious, salad-eating fashion girl for years.

So, which salad dressing do you prefer?

Click through for more side-by-side comparisons of T's shoot and Sabarese's work.