Young graduated Korean artist Sung Yeon Ju made these awesome dresses out of real fruits and vegetables as part of her series Wearable Foods, an amazing result that H&M loved so much they choose the tomato dress for one of their print campaigns.
Wow, I love a good dig but I'm not sure I could have done that; the items would have been too close to their original context for me, I think, but then again I've never done an estate sale. When I thrift I like to imagine the histories behind pieces, but in the end, I think I like the distance. Interesting though; you've made me think about the nature of thrifting a bit more deeply!
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