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From Sugar Addict Editorials to Burger-Printed Apparel

 - Feb 25, 2014
From sugar addict editorials to burger-printed apparel, these fast food fashion examples allow style addicts to indulge without the stress of added calories.

Fast food imagery has taken the fashion world by storm in recent months with the revival of 90s-inspired streetwear fads and designers' homages to snack-infused pop culture iconography.

Mishka and Lazy Oaf are just two of the many labels that are embracing cheeky, cartoon prints of food that isn't part of a traditional model diet. Moreover, Moschino's Fall/Winter 2014 collection by Jeremy Scott pays tribute to the golden arch logo of iconic fast food restaurant McDonald's.

Whether creating novelty apparel or couture with a pop culture inspiration, these examples of fast food fashion will satisfy one's craving for creativity.