Hunger Pains: A Fashion-Meets-Food Story

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Before Gaga's meat dress, there was this exhibit by Ted Sabarese

Waffle skinny jeans anyone? How about a crostini mini or a challah bolero? 

The pairing of fashion and food has now crossed a new line. While the two worlds have collided on many occasions in years past, they have recently been fused together, by thread. 

Well before Lady Gaga donned a 3-pound sirloin skirt, photographer Ted Sabarese made his own food fashion happen. Fifteen designers came together to create designs based on their current cravings, and models wore the edible looks. Titled "Hunger Pains," the project was intended to explore the relationship between people and the food they eat.

We here at The Daily Meal have gotten so inspired that we're looking to create our own culinary couture. Here's what we've thought up so far: thin-sliced prosciutto jeggings, a Pop-Tart shift dress, an arugula feathered skirt, and a classic pair of sprinkled oxfords.

What are your food fashions? Sound off in the comments!