Love pizza? This new accessory trend is for you.
Brit model, Cara Delevingne has recently been coveting the look and was spotted carrying her pizza box as a clutch bag as she left The Chiltern Firehouse this week.
But she's not the first celeb to show off her love of a good pizza. Katy Perry recently visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art wearing an oversize pepperoni-pizza onesie (yes, really).
And then there was Beyonce's mini pizza print (also pepperoni) two-piece which she wore while on that epic 22 day vegan challenge.
Fast food fashion was huge on the Autumn/Winter 2014 catwalk scene too. Most notably the Moschino show presented by Jeremy Scott and Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele during Milan Fashion Week. Those McDonald's-themed Happy Meal bags? Yes, just yes.
Food-themed designer bags are also big this season - Anya Hindmarch's Frosties tote and Rich Tea biscuit clutch are both brilliant, then there's Kate Spade's Chinese takeaway box bag.
And let's not forget - Chanel's Autumn/Winter 2014 theme was a stylish supermarket sweep.
Want to try the pizza box fashion trend?
1. Definitely follow Cara's lead and opt for something oversized (so order a large).
2. Consider your choices: are you more of a Domino's kind of girl? Papa John's? Pizza East?
3. Play down the rest of your look so that said pizza box takes all the limelight. A little colour co-ordinating (check Cara's headscarf) goes a long way.
4. Anything with actual pizza on it is a big no-no. You don't want to be that blatant.
Who said fashion foodies weren't a thing. This trend is sure to catch on - his and hers pizza box clutches are happening.
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