Food design has gained a new competitor - Lindsay Gazel, a pastry chef who has taken the art of cookie-baking to a whole new level. Gazel creates unique, intricately designed cookies for events hosted by big-name brands like Sporty&Rich, Dries Van Noten, Arc’teryx, J.Crew, Vans, Birkenstock, New Balance, Aime Leon Dore, Stussy, Sunnei, and even for the renowned podcast 'How Long Gone'.
Today, her guest will be tasting her sweatshirt and racket-shaped cookies. However, Gazel herself admits that she has a particular fondness for dessert designs shaped like shoes. Her confections aren't just delightful to the palate but are a visual treat, too, masterfully crafted into forms that capture the identity of each brand she works with.
Her dedication to detail and her ability to transform everyday items into edible treats make Gazel stand out in the crowded field of food design. And as brands continue to seek unique ways to engage their audiences, it's clear that this talented baker's star is on the rise.