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This is What Fast Food Couture Looks Like. Eat It, Moschino.

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Images Via McDonald's

Fast fashion, fast food- you get something for almost nothing, right? But what about when fast food becomes fast food couture? That's what went down this weekend at the grand opening of McDonald's on Washington Avenue, as students from Miami International University of Art and Design created some pretty nifty outfits out of fry boxes, burger wrappers and coffee cups, all to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida.

"I know the judges had a hard time picking a winner and one commented that it was just like Project Runway," said Jody Rafkin, Director of Marketing for McDonald's. Ultimately, a midlength flared skirt made of burger boxes and wrappers, paired with a burger wrapper flared blouse and paper bag bow took home the prize: 15 percent of the day's profits. Click through to see some of the runway action from the day, and tell us what you really think about the red and yellow, arched madness that ensued.

· Hey Moschino, This is How McDonald's Does Fashion [Racked Miami]