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Berlin-based design collective Bless showed their latest conceptual art-driven collection at Paris Fashion Week yesterday. Spring 2011's theme for the waaaay-avant garde label? Edible fashion. Bless has previously designed (and successfully sold) items such as sunglasses with a built-in visor and an all-in-one three-piece suit, so their new quirky turn is, well, not unexpected. WWD reports: "Models munched up their vests, made of colorful, spaghetti-like jellies and showed off one-size-fits-all pants and shorts with multiple zippers to adjust the waist to your body. Accessories had links to eating also, including a cup-shaped cocktail ring to hold dipping sauce for finger food." Um, we totally need that. [WWD]