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Now that you’re about to tuck into what just might be the most major meal of the year, here’s some proof that you’re in good company.
The New York Times trend piece is an oft-mocked form of journalism (they once tackled the proliferation of the word “douche” on network television), but today we’re here to tell you that they’ve finally outdone themselves. In a piece for the paper’s Thursday Styles section, Bee -Shyuan Chang outlines how a single starchy dish has slowly but surely scaled fashion’s most venerable ranks: the Chicken Pot Pie is officially on trend.
Most models keep to fairly strict diets, but what’s a pretty young thing to do when they’re literally surrounded by the one food they’d love to eat most? If it’s for a Ted Sabarese photoshoot, they learn to make it work.
Somewhere at the intersection of our undying love of fashion and our intense love of super delicious food, there’s a fantasy that involves sitting down over a bowl of hearty soup with Andre Leon Talley and Martha Stewart. Yesterday, it (almost) came true.
We’ve never found the jokes about how models don’t eat all that funny, but we never thought we’d see the day when they’d eat the clothes right off their backs.
On Project Runway, designers have to clothes out of sometimes-unconventional materials. For the recent Project Subway fashion show in Chicago, all of the clothes had to be made out of Subway sandwich and cookie wrappers.