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Hunger Pains Food Fashion

The color, texture and shape of food has inspired a collection of artists and fashion designers to create clothing inspired by culinary creations. Hunger Pains Food Fashion is a project photographed by Ted Sabarese and created by a team of 15 designers led by Ami Goodheart. Two Project Runway alums, Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault, wove the artichoke dress shown above. The model stood for six hours while the duo crafted the dress leaf by leaf before the first photograph was taken.
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27 May 2012 13:53:00
Ebrié Akan. Another series meanwhile goes behind the scenes of an Ivorian mannequin manufacturer, to highlight the construction of African beauty ideals. (Photo by Joana Choumali/The Guardian)

African women in their grandmothers' clothes: Joana Choumali’s portraits show modern African women swapping jeans for kente cloth – and diving into the dazzling cultural heritage of their families. (Photo by Joana Choumali/The Guardian)
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04 May 2016 11:43:00
Vendors sell clothes on the roadside at a second-hand street side clothing market in Mumbai January 28, 2015. (Photo by Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)

Vendors sell clothes on the roadside at a second-hand street side clothing market in Mumbai January 28, 2015. The market is open daily for three hours and hundreds of vendors gather to barter or sell used clothing. (Photo by Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)
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05 Feb 2015 12:19:00
People dressed in underwear run into a store to pick free clothes during a promotional event starting the summer sale at an outlet of the Desigual clothing retailer in Berlin, June 20, 2014. Desigual treated the first 100 customers with a free outfit if they stripped down to their underwear for the first day of the outlet's summer sale. (Photo by Thomas Peter/Reuters)

People dressed in underwear run into a store to pick free clothes during a promotional event starting the summer sale at an outlet of the Desigual clothing retailer in Berlin, June 20, 2014. Desigual treated the first 100 customers with a free outfit if they stripped down to their underwear for the first day of the outlet's summer sale. (Photo by Thomas Peter/Reuters)
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21 Jun 2014 12:52:00
Ratana Das, 40, a female vendor, carries sacks full of clothes at a second-hand clothing market early morning in Kolkata, India, March 10, 2016. Das said she was born and brought up in Kolkata and feels proud being a resident of the city that gives her he opportunity to be financially independent. (Photo by Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters)

Ratana Das, 40, a female vendor, carries sacks full of clothes at a second-hand clothing market early morning in Kolkata, India, March 10, 2016. Das said she was born and brought up in Kolkata and feels proud being a resident of the city that gives her he opportunity to be financially independent. (Photo by Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters)
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24 Mar 2016 12:26:00
A clothing shop displays its merchandise in the rebel-controlled city of Idlib, Syria November 7, 2015. (Photo by Ammar Abdullah/Reuters)

A clothing shop displays its merchandise in the rebel-controlled city of Idlib, Syria November 7, 2015. (Photo by Ammar Abdullah/Reuters)
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07 Feb 2016 07:05:00
A family dressed in traditional chinese clothes celebrates the Chinese New Year in Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand February 8, 2016. (Photo by Jorge Silva/Reuters)

A family dressed in traditional chinese clothes celebrates the Chinese New Year in Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand February 8, 2016. (Photo by Jorge Silva/Reuters)
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09 Feb 2016 13:40:00
Lola is seen at left in everyday clothes – and then at right in her work clothes. She works as a clown in Paris. (Photo by Bruno Fert/Picturetank)

“The series of photos called Workwears, by French photographer Bruno Fert, visually juxtaposes people’s private lives with their lives at work. A firefighter, a fisherman, a nurse, a diver, a judge. One by one, Fert’s photos show people in their homes wearing everyday clothing – followed by another photo showing them dressed in the clothing of their chosen professions. Our reaction, Fert said, reminds us how tightly humans hold on to certain stereotypes about some professions. “I like to break those stereotypes”, he said”. – Thom Patterson via CNN. Here: Lola is seen at left in everyday clothes – and then at right in her work clothes. She works as a clown in Paris. (Photo by Bruno Fert/Picturetank)
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29 Oct 2014 12:40:00