The Only Thing Wrong With Fast Food Fashion Is That There's No Side Of Fries
July 25, 2014
Back in February, Jeremy Scott debuted his first collection as head designer of Moschino. No one was surprised that it was kitschy and quirky, but what the world was not expecting to see was McDonald‘s at Fashion Week. However, Anna Della Russo, Queen Street Style Star, gave the golden arches her stamp of approval, and that’s when fast food fashion became a certified fall trend.
But besides getting praise from editors and street style subjects, fast food fashion also popped up on the fall runways of Anya Hindmarch (handbags that look like bags of chips and cereal boxes), Kate Spade (Chinese takeout containers as bags) and Chanel (the runway was a supermarket). So it’s a trifecta: designer, editor and street style-approved. Now I just have to say, even if this trend wasn’t praised by the fashion world, I’d probably still eat wear it. How can you turn down good clothes and accessories that look like the best food? If you agree, click the slideshow to shop the trend. Mmmm…
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