Frankie Morello's spring 2014 menswear show promised "food for all."
That sadly didn't mean lunchtime ciabattas laid out for showgoers, though. Instead, as the label's designers Maurizio Modica and Pierfrancesco Gigliotti explained in their new collection's show notes, it's that "what we eat has become a metaphor for the fashion industry, which needs more genuineness and naturalness, a slower pace, and a search for quality and pleasure."
"Food is a growing trend," the show notes continued.
In other words, sustenance of any kind will be totally out of fashion next season — so get your carbs fix in now. And what better way to do that than with tees and sweaters featuring cartoonish junk food prints?