At Berlin's Fashion week in Germany, chef Roland Trettl unveiled several weird food fashion costumes.
There were octopus tunics, seaweed miniskirts and chocolate dresses.
The "Fashion Food" exhibition's purpose is to try and explore consumerism and sustainability. Also the chef wanted to break down the boundaries between art and food.
"The images are not salacious or pornographic but they are erotic and provocative and raise questions.
This is also a celebration of food. When you think of all the food that is thrown away every year in Germany - including 5,000 tonnes of bread - everyone needs to consider how they approach food and how food is increasingly industrialized in our society."
We guess that's a good way to bring attention to your cause but honestly… it just seems kinda gross.
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