Your favorite vegetables are now ready to wear thanks to Dolce & Gabbana. We can't help but wonder – are designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana feeling a bit peckish?
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It’s rare that we pay attention to what’s happening on the international runways every September, but even we couldn’t look away from Dolce & Gabbana's Spring 2018 ready-to-wear collection.

We imagine the fashion crowd at last night's show was hoping to succinctly understand what inspired the fashion house this year, and the answer was quickly apparent – the farmer’s market.

While we are certainly not an industry authority on fashion week, we’re betting that the duo behind Dolce & Gabbana spent a lot of time gathering inspiration from what they’re putting on their plates.

From ornate statement (and we mean statement) eggplant earrings to a floor-length snap pea gown, it’s like the best organic finds in our kitchens left the garden and decided to make a splash on Milan's most-anticipated runway.

While I’m sure these duds will cost you more than anything you’d ever dream of finding in the produce aisle, we can’t help but strangely admire these outlandish looks:

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This beautifully hand-embroidered dress features some of our favorite garden finds, but we can’t imagine strolling into the grocery store with such a fashion-forward reusable grocery bag – or those embellished earrings in the shape of an orange.

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The contents of the best salad in the world ended up on the silhouette of this model, but we’re particularly fond of the carrot headband. 

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Or you could just pay homage to the humble, yet delicious, leafy green – cabbage! This head-turning sashed ball gown does that for sure.

You won’t be embarrassed to have tomato soup on your skirt if it’s this Dolce print.

A medley of vegetables has always inspired our meals, so why shouldn’t it inspire this floral frock?

If you’re hungry for more than vegetables, it appears that the fashion world really does love carbs – I mean, look at this pasta-themed print.

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And the ultimate iteration of food-chic is this cannoli-print A-line dress with a tiered-drop skirt and accompanying cannoli earrings. If this is high-fashion, count us in.