A Dress Show for Salad Dressing

The Summer Salad Fashion Show is quite different from its haute couture cousins. Instead of featuring the latest designs from the world’s most illustrious fashion designers, the Summer Salad Fashion Show adorns stunning models from all corners of the globe with different kinds of food, including fruits, vegetables, and even cooking utensils. Each year, the Wish-Bone company puts on this interesting fashion show to raise money for charitable organizations.

One hit item from a recent incarnation of the Summer Salad Fashion Show was the Tex Mex Taco Salad Dress. Taking its cues from the popular Tex Mex cuisine, the dress featured many ingredients that are used to make one of the famous salads, including tomatoes, lettuce, beans, onions, and many other items. Another dress that amazed the people who attended the event was the Conga Fruit Salad Dress. As the name would imply, the dress was made from ingredients that are traditionally used in a fruit salad, such as bananas, pineapple, limes, oranges, kiwis, and many others.

The idea for the Summer Salad Fashion Show is to raise awareness about healthy eating habits and to try to convince people to put more fruits and vegetables in their everyday diet. The items that are used in the creation of the clothing items are a mixture of real food and some items that are fake. In many cases, the designers of the dresses and other pieces take their components from a famous recipe that has been featured on a popular television show or newspaper. In the latest year of the event, the charitable organization that received the money was called America’s Second Harvest: The Nation’s Food Bank Network. This group helps to unite all of the food banks around the country in a quest to put an end to hunger in the United States.