food and fashion featuring lady gaga in meat dress at vma awards

The intersection of food and fashion is inevitable when your motivation to live becomes the pursuit of style and good taste. As Oscar Wilde once said: ‘Looking good and dressing well is a necessity. Having a purpose in life is not.’ It’s our insatiable human cravings that encourage ever-changing trends, innovations and refinement in industries like food and fashion. And as a result, we also allow these industries to dictate our latest obsessions, whether it’s purchasing a pair of Gucci Princetown loafers or waiting for exactly 9am on the first of the month to call Sukiyabashi Jiro, clenching the phone, hoping to get a reservation at the revered Tokyo sushi restaurant (we failed).

The relationship between food and fashion is continually evolving at all levels of society, despite the clichéd jokes about models and fashionistas starving themselves. Nowadays you see the glitterati hitting up the latest, trendiest, most hyped restaurants during fashion weeks, and fashion KOLs are also not shy about sharing their coveted multi-course dining experiences on social media. ‘When you are obsessed and intrigued by beauty and craftsmanship in fashion, I think it’s a natural extension to be obsessed with amazing food,’ said Caroline Issa, executive fashion director of hipster magazine Tank, in a Vogue article.

Fashion and food have crossed over at the B2B (business-to-business) level, with Coco-Cola releasing limited-edition bottles styled by Italian luxury labels like Versace and Moschino, while at the height of the macaron craze Alber Elbaz designed packaging for Ladurée.

The same thing has happened at the B2C (business-to-consumer) level: Gucci has opened up its first restaurant, 1921 Gucci, at the iAPM shopping mall in Shanghai; Fendi Palazzo houses popular Japanese restaurant Zuma in its Rome headquarters; and Armani has opened its own namesake restaurants and bars around the world.

And on the designer level, who could forget Franc Fernandez’s provocative meat dress for Lady Gaga? Thankfully other designers have taken a more hygienic approach to food, with Jeremy Scott at Moschino taking our favourite American candies and transforming them into couture dresses, and Kate Spade last year releasing an adorable confectionery collection of accessories. This year Alessandro Michele at Gucci has been reinforcing the biggest trend in the past few years, fruit – more specifically the pineapple. He sent a model down the catwalk with a pineapple-shouldered dress and fashionistas were left gasping in excitement.

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michelin star macau featuring chef alvin leung serving saga wagyu beef with black truffle

Recently the relationship between food and fashion has come to boiling point at Studio City, Macau. Michelin, Robert Parker Wine Advocate and Melco Crown Entertainment present A Sensorial Gourmet Journey Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate Gala Dinner , a delectable exclusive Michelin-starred dinner on Friday, 11 November, curated by some of the most renowned chefs from around the world: Shinji Kanesaka of Sushi Kanesaka (one Michelin star), Tam Kwok-fung of Jade Dragon (two Michelin stars), Guillaume Galliot of The Tasting Room (two Michelin stars), Björn Frantzén of Restaurant Frantzén (two Michelin stars), Alvin Leung of Bo Innovation (three Michelin stars), Hideaki Matsuo of Kashiwaya (three Michelin stars) and Pierre Hermé, one of the world’s leading pastry chefs. The theme of the dinner is ‘SENSES’, with each dish awakening one of the five senses, touch, smell, hearing, taste and sight. And speaking of sight, a feast of avant-garde costumes created by Oscar-nominated designer Manuel Albarran will light up the catwalk while you dine. It’s an event that solidifies the relationship between food and fashion by bringing together the best of both.

Reserve your tickets to the dinner now and give your eyes and stomach the nourishment they deserve.

This special dining experience takes place at Studio City, Macau on 11 November

The intersection of food and fashion is inevitable when your motivation to live becomes the pursuit of style and good taste. As Oscar Wilde once said: ‘Looking good and dressing well is a necessity. Having a purpose in life is not.’ It’s our insatiable human cravings that encourage ever-changing trends, innovations and refinement in industries like food and fashion. And as a result, we also allow these industries to dictate our latest obsessions, whether it’s purchasing a pair of Gucci Princetown loafers or waiting for exactly 9am on the first of the month to call Sukiyabashi Jiro, clenching the phone, hoping to get a reservation at the revered Tokyo sushi restaurant (we failed).

food and fashion featuring lady gaga in meat dress at vma awards

The relationship between food and fashion is continually evolving at all levels of society, despite the clichéd jokes about models and fashionistas starving themselves. Nowadays you see the glitterati hitting up the latest, trendiest, most hyped restaurants during fashion weeks, and fashion KOLs are also not shy about sharing their coveted multi-course dining experiences on social media. ‘When you are obsessed and intrigued by beauty and craftsmanship in fashion, I think it’s a natural extension to be obsessed with amazing food,’ said Caroline Issa, executive fashion director of hipster magazine Tank, in a Vogue article.

Fashion and food have crossed over at the B2B (business-to-business) level, with Coco-Cola releasing limited-edition bottles styled by Italian luxury labels like Versace and Moschino, while at the height of the macaron craze Alber Elbaz designed packaging for Ladurée.

food and fashion featuring moschino aw14 gummy bear dress

The same thing has happened at the B2C (business-to-consumer) level: Gucci has opened up its first restaurant, 1921 Gucci, at the iAPM shopping mall in Shanghai; Fendi Palazzo houses popular Japanese restaurant Zuma in its Rome headquarters; and Armani has opened its own namesake restaurants and bars around the world.

And on the designer level, who could forget Franc Fernandez’s provocative meat dress for Lady Gaga? Thankfully other designers have taken a more hygienic approach to food, with Jeremy Scott at Moschino taking our favourite American candies and transforming them into couture dresses, and Kate Spade last year releasing an adorable confectionery collection of accessories. This year Alessandro Michele at Gucci has been reinforcing the biggest trend in the past few years, fruit – more specifically the pineapple. He sent a model down the catwalk with a pineapple-shouldered dress and fashionistas were left gasping in excitement.

michelin star macau featuring chef alvin leung serving saga wagyu beef with black truffle

Recently the relationship between food and fashion has come to boiling point at Studio City, Macau. Michelin, Robert Parker Wine Advocate and Melco Crown Entertainment present A Sensorial Gourmet Journey Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate Gala Dinner , a delectable exclusive Michelin-starred dinner on Friday, 11 November, curated by some of the most renowned chefs from around the world: Shinji Kanesaka of Sushi Kanesaka (one Michelin star), Tam Kwok-fung of Jade Dragon (two Michelin stars), Guillaume Galliot of The Tasting Room (two Michelin stars), Björn Frantzén of Restaurant Frantzén (two Michelin stars), Alvin Leung of Bo Innovation (three Michelin stars), Hideaki Matsuo of Kashiwaya (three Michelin stars) and Pierre Hermé, one of the world’s leading pastry chefs. The theme of the dinner is ‘SENSES’, with each dish awakening one of the five senses, touch, smell, hearing, taste and sight. And speaking of sight, a feast of avant-garde costumes created by Oscar-nominated designer Manuel Albarran will light up the catwalk while you dine. It’s an event that solidifies the relationship between food and fashion by bringing together the best of both.

Reserve your tickets to the dinner now and give your eyes and stomach the nourishment they deserve.

This special dining experience takes place at Studio City, Macau on 11 November

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