People have been staying not naked for a long time. Though no specific dates can be ascribed to the history of women wearing food, it's a tradition rich with memorable examples, particularly within the last decade. Is it a form of food play? High art? Avant-garde couture? Merely a pragmatic approach to clothing the body with the things at hand? We've taken a quick look at the practice and come to a few conclusions: honey is difficult to remove from hair, so difficult that someone may have died over it. Also, sugar can cause a yeast infection, calling many of these apparel choices into question. Other than that, we've got nothing—just some photographs. Choose your own adventure as you wander through A Brief History of Beautiful Women Wearing Food.

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