The new publication, TWELV Magazine
, has a fruity homage to late fashion designer Alexander McQueen gracing its first issue; editor-in-chief, Hissa Igarashi, along with fashion editor, Sayuri Marakumi have created a stunning, colorful and whopping 220 pound full-length gown clad completely with gummy bear candies.
According to Laughing Squid
, the dress was created by shaping steel wire, which was then sheeted with vinyl. After that 50,000 gummy bears were thus glued on by hand one at a time in order to bring Marakumi and Igarashi's vision to life.
The gown's construction required three assistants solely for the purpose of maneuvering around the studio reports The Frisky
. The garb was worn by model Jessica Pitti for the debut issue according to The Daily Mail
Wearable food has been witnessed by the public before says International Business Times
; one memorable case being Lady Gaga's meat dress worn at 2010's Video Music Awards aired on MTV.