Having ketchup and mustard stains on your clothes is one thing, but it’s entirely different from wearing clothes inspired by popular food trends. Designer Rachel Antonoff has ingeniously incorporated food inspiration into her latest fashion line. Her collection features a pasta puffer that caused a stir on the internet and a key lime pie print inspired by her recent baking obsession.
Pasta prints serve up the latest foodie fashion
The “It” Coat . . . Is . . . a Pasta Puffer? The statement jacket designed by Rachel Antonoff and patterned with farfalle has become a social-media and street-style sensation. —The Times
“In a way, food is my entire life,” says the designer Rachel Antonoff, whose collections are known for their bold, food-focused graphic prints: fruits, prawns, olives, Jell-O molds, seafood towers. “It’s the thing that I look forward to throughout the day, all day,” Antonoff continues. “At night, I fall asleep excited for morning coffee. When I travel, it’s about food.” And so of course her work would reflect that unbridled food enthusiasm: “I think it’s so nice when your clothes can be like a little bit of a bumper sticker and just give a nod: ‘This is something I’m into.’”
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