Vogue Japan shows us how to accessorise with greasy, gut-busting snacks.

Forget models posing in swimming pools, plush clubs or fancy cars; with this editorial for Vogue Japan, the fashion-viewing public  gets to see what it really wants – food, food and more food (FINALLY). In their November 2012 issue, Dutch model Bregje Heinen posed with oversized bags of Doritos, doughnuts and McDonalds fries, all washed down with Coca-Cola and cups of Subway bacon – proving once and for all that there’s no reason why couture can’t be compatible with a high calorie content.

Photographed by Cedric Buchet and styled by Sophia Neophitou, the shoot also came complete with several inspired suggestions to work your love of fast food into your daily sartorial life. From fried egg eyepieces to well-done steak coats (and even a fried chicken bucket head replacement for the truly daring), the sky – or your stomach – really is the limit.


Words: @Char_McManus


About Charlotte McManus

Editor for LOGO.ec and Trendstop.com Freelance writer - The Creator's Project, SUPERSUPER!, Don't Panic, FAULT, Flux, Who's Jack & more.

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