The Foodie Fashion of Fulvio Bonavia

Lettuce by Alexander McQueen. Photo © Fulvio Bonavia for Garage magazine.

Lettuce by Alexander McQueen. Photo © Fulvio Bonavia for Garage magazine.

This is kind of the haute couture answer to the 1990s Bart Simpson rally cry of “eat my shorts.” OK, no, it isn’t. These dresses made of food are homages to fashion icons Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Moncler by innovative photographer, Fulvio Bonavia. Using a palette of lettuce, anchovies, walnuts and citrus fruits, Bonavia created edible art for a new issue of Garage Magazine. He is represented by Stockland Martel, and the agency has posted Bonavia’s thoughts about the work here.

Anchovies by Moncler. Photo © Fulvio Bonavia for Garage magazine.

Anchovies by Moncler. Photo © Fulvio Bonavia for Garage magazine.

Last year, Bonavia made this anchovies belt which would pair fantastically with the anchovies dress above. Any woman wearing this would be covered in cats instantly. Now there’s a photo I would like to see.

Belt made of anchovies

Belt made of anchovies © Fulvio Bonavia

Click through for a handbag made of broccoli, a hat made of artichokes and other edible wearables…

Walnuts by Louis Vuitton

Walnuts by Louis Vuitton. Photo © Fulvio Bonavia for Garage magazine.

Citrus by Prada

Citrus by Prada. Photo © Fulvio Bonavia for Garage magazine.

Handbag made of broccoli

Handbag made of broccoli © Fulvio Bonavia

Hat made of artichokes

Hat made of artichokes © Fulvio Bonavia

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