Dec 11, 2014
These Necklaces Are Made of Hyper-Realistic Fake Food
A foodie’s dream or a stylist’s nightmare? We’re not sure exactly what to think about this super-realistic fake food jewelry except that we must applaud the creativity. Japanese fake-food manufacturer Hatanaka (yes, that’s really a thing) created a line of jewelry and accessories that looks so ridiculously realistic that it makes us want to grab a napkin. Between soba noodle necklaces, bacon belts and salad headpieces, there’s something for every taste (?).
Stew? It’s a bold move to make a necklace inspired by one of the least photogenic foods in the world. A very bold move.
Would you wear your dinner on your sleeve/neck? Let us know in the comments.
Annie is the founding father and editor-in-chief of The Midwestival and a long-time jean-on-jean enthusiast.