I first heard of Fulvio Bonavia back in 2008 when his first book, A Matter of Taste, was released. The book contained photos of gorgeous fashion creations made of edible elements.
Truly, Michelin Star worth delicious Haute Couture! Literally and emotionally. The images tease your taste buds and fashion sense by showing a new dimension of culinary art. You develop a craving for foods you thought you would never try (like broccoli, for example). Well, Fulvio artfully proves that if you don't eat it, you can wear it. At least, in an imaginary world.
The latest addition called Scent of Flower was an exciting surprise, equally creative and gorgeous.
So, what's on the menu? Aubergine ballerinas, pasta shoes, candy pumps, rice boots and lentil flip-flops, broccoli, raspberry, parmeggiano, pistachio and blueberry bags, artichoke and leek hats, kiwi watch, fruity and cheese necklaces, sage, salad and marmalade bracelets, chocolate earrings, seafood rings and sardines belt. Just need a dress made of some petals or cabbage leaves and a tasteful outfit is ready!
These are a few photos to get your imagination going and, if you like them, you can see the rest of the images here.
Photo source: fulviobonavia.com