We know that in order to create new things we often have to experience a mix of cultures and different languages, they merge together to generate inspirational artworks. Since when organic food became relevant as new choice of living, (uncountable blogs about food seems to be the answer of the more notorious fashion blogging), what could you think we could see as new form of art? “A Wearable Food” of course.
After I bought a bread machine and started to make almond milk, I couldn’t help to go and seeing this Korean art exhibition where food is like clay in the hand of the artist. It’s quite curious talking about fashion and food, in a week where all Milan is swarming with product designers from all over the world, here for the unmissable International Design Week, we will be there for cool-hunting too.
If you like textures and people who are not scared to bring together languages with so different connotations, you’ll love Yeonju Sung, a sweet girl who presented a personal view of an edible fashion collection.