Gretchen Rohrs' Hunger Games: 14 delicious Fashion sketchesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/gretchen-rohrs-hunger-games-14-delicious-fashion-sketches
Gretchen Röehrs, German artist, currently living in San Francisco, recreates the outfits of Givenchy, Sonia Rykiel, Missoni and other famous food brands. "Still playing with food," her Instagram profile says. Gretchen makes fashion illustrations with a few strokes of ink and edible things: vegetables, meat, and so on.
Tutu skirts made of radish leaves, balloon dresses made of spirally sliced citrus peel or waffles, tops made of cherries, evening dresses made of corn cobs or oyster shells and casual casual dresses made of bread - this is how Gretchen's fashion ideas look.
Fashion weeks held in Paris, Milan and other fashion capitals gave her a lot of new ideas. Moreover, as the subscribers of her blog note with satisfaction, very often her outfits look much more interesting than other creations of designers or stylists.