For Fashion Week, Five Foods Just as Hard to Eat as Those Clothes are to Wear
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For Fashion Week, Five Foods Just as Hard to Eat as Those Clothes are to Wear

It's Fashion Week, which means lots of impractical clothes clothes on impractically shaped people.

But designers aren't alone in their ability to turn something as functional as clothes into high art. Chefs often do the same with food, as demonstrated by the above dish -- a salad from Abacus -- and the four that follow.

For Fashion Week, Five Foods Just as Hard to Eat as Those Clothes are to Wear
Craft

This amuse bouche from Craft. Or, for most of the models participating in Fashion Week: dinner.

For Fashion Week, Five Foods Just as Hard to Eat as Those Clothes are to Wear
Matt McCallister

Chef Matt McCallister, soon of Oak Cliff's Campo built this garden, which we imagine tastes as fabulous as it looks.

For Fashion Week, Five Foods Just as Hard to Eat as Those Clothes are to Wear
Tei An Uni

Tea An's sea urchin. How are ya', little fella?

For Fashion Week, Five Foods Just as Hard to Eat as Those Clothes are to Wear
Sergei Arola

This little rum ball is a creation from Chef Sergei Arola in Spain, who dabbles in molecular gastronomy. Could you tell?

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