A Natural Hair and fashion lifestyle blog based in Sonoma County, in the heart of Wine Country. Amber serves up inspiration for winery tourism, vegetarian recipes, style, and skincare.

Meat and Veggies

Credit: pinoytutorial.com  
We all remember the meat dress (what was done with the meat afterwards?). And, given whatever your oppinion may be on the outfit, chances are you won't soon forget it.
However, being a vegetarian I wanted a chance to show you something else that is just as (if not more) incredible: vegetable art! Thank you so my sister for showing this to me!

Can you believe this? How amazing is this? Eggplants, roots and chives! 
This incredible work belongs to artist Yeonju Sung. Her dresses will be on display in LA in January, 2011.
For more information check out her site HERE.


jemina said...

Interesting, LOVE it!!!


Eda ♥ said...

Oh how fabulous ♥

I adore Lady Gaga and her meat costume!

*following your blog*

Eda ♥

Fashion Fabrice said...

wow.. gaga really brings art into fashasion! She's amazing!
This is a great post! Im really happy I ran into your blog! it's a great read and i like your style:)
Im gonna follow your blog!
Hope you visit me and follow me back! That would be amzing:)


Have a fabulous day!

Alma said...

I saw the dresses made in vegetables. So cool!

Jennifer Fabulous said...

These veggie dresses are SO COOL! They remind me of a season of Project Runway where the designers had to create outfits out of grocery store items. Lol. It's amazing how creative fashion designers can be! :P

helena said...

So amazing.

x helena

Hope Adela said...

oooh i love those dresses! how gorgeous and unique! =)


Dahl said...

ohhh...what did happen to the meat??? anyway, these dresses are really amazing, even cooler i think, because they took some real skill and dedication to create!! lovely! http://thearcenciel.blogspot.com/

Josie said...

I saw these; I think they're INSANE. Love the eggplant one; it looks so real.
xo Josie

Imogen said...

The meat dress- I just don't know what to say! I think the vegetable dress it way cooler.

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