For the recent Louis Vuitton men's show, food design took a fashion-forward turn with Marie Méon's gastronomic masterpieces. The talented food designer was tasked with feeding the guests at the brand's exclusive cafe, and she did so with an undeniable flair.
As an artist who uses food as her medium, Méon presented a menu that was as visually striking as it was delicious. Ham and cheese sandwiches were transformed into a chic delicacy, while rum baba cakes became an eye-catching novelty. The guests also indulged in a selection of vegetables served with green butter, and the chocolate croissants and éclairs were fashionably irresistible.
The experience was not just about food; it was about presenting a culinary experience that embodied the spirit of the Louis Vuitton brand. Marie Méon's innovative food design artfully blended gourmet dining with fashion, proving that style can indeed be served on a plate.