If while strolling around the streets of Tokyo you ever walked by a restaurant displaying fake plastic versions of its dishes and thought, Why can’t I wear that?, you’re finally in luck. Making the perfectly logical leap from restaurant display to runway, Japanese company Fake Food Hatanaka has introduced the daring new concept of fake foods as fashion accessories.
Its ii-Fake line features all of the essentials: hair accessories like tsukimi soba with raw egg, spaghetti and meatball, and a lettuce-wrap-looking thing; salami and shrimp earrings; and even weird orange cake boots. In other words, your dream of assembling an outfit almost entirely composed of Japanese fake foods can now become a reality. There’s no doubt this will be the look of winter 2017.