Issey Miyake 'Pleats Please' Ads Show Fashions as Food
The sushi ads by Taku Satoh and Issey Miyake show pleated fashions recreated to look like sushi. The colorful ads make me want to go shopping and then eat some sushi, so I'm thinking they're accomplishing what they set out to do. Check out the joint advertisements that turn fashions to sushi above.
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