The world of fashion is a strange place.
Inspiration comes from the unlikeliest sources: x-ray scans, kinetic art, geodes, and even an archeological dig site.
It was only a matter of time before a designer came along obsessed with childhood cartoons.
After Jeremy Scott became the creative director for Moschino, the designer sent a stream of collections down the runway inspired by Barbies, The Flintstones, and cereal boxes.
The cartoon trend has been picked up by other brands.
For instance, Fendi now has an obsession with pasting cartoonish eyes on their shoes and Anya Hindmarch has a bag collection inspired by cereal box pop culture icons.
4Minute’s HyunA recently shared a pic of her close friend Amber from f(x) wearing a popular Moschino sweater.
The piece is known as the Yellow Extra Fine Merino Wool Jacquard Sweater and it features a parody print version of Tony the Tiger, the mascot of Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes.
The ribbed collar article can be yours for $750 at LUISAVIAROMA.
It can be seen below in greater detail.
If you want to follow Amber’s style but on a more reasonable budget, affordable food-themed sweaters have been provided below.
Happy shopping! 1.
Cereal Sweater ($60.00) 2.
Logo Heart Print Unisex 3D Sweatshirt ($27) 3.
Marshmallow Cereal Sweatshirt ($65) — About the Author: Elsa is the founder, head writer, and editor of KPopBreak.com.
She’s a coffee addict, K-pop enthusiast, fashion lover and one of the few remaining members of the Church of Kristianity.