Designers Dish Recipes in The American Fashion Cookbook

To the bloke on the street, the cuisine of the fashion world is limited to the staples of coffee, vodka, cigarettes, and Champagne with a sprinkling of drugs and chocolate here and there. Certainly, noted nutritionist Kate Moss endorses this fat-busting diet. Hopefully, though, with the upcoming release of Lisa Marsh's American Fashion Cookbook, some may think of Carolina Herreara's pommes toupinel or Derek Lam's yellowtail crudo instead of caffeine and tobacco when the subject of style and sustenance comes up. Published by Assouline, the Cookbook features delicious recipes provided by some of the countries best designers including John Varvatos (calaoo soup), Mark Ecko (chocolate-chip cookies), and Jeff Halmos (sausage roll). With a forward by none other than Martha Stewart, this style accessory may actually bring you up a dress size… don't worry, curves are in.More Posts: Lepore at the Outlet Center, Teen LOVE, and Daphne Guinness in The Jungle Catalog Cats, The Real September Issue, and A Provacative Soirée

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