Sandwich-inspired looks to hit the runway

Ever wonder what clothing inspired by fast food would look like? An upcoming collection will provide a taste of cuisine couture.

Subway challenged designers to create new looks using inspiration drawn from veggies found at the restaurant. The looks will hit the catwalk Tuesday as part of the second annual "Project Subway" competition.

Project Subway hits the catwalk on Tuesday. Shown here is a look inspired by a jalapeno.
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Project Subway hits the catwalk on Tuesday. Shown here is a look inspired by a jalapeno.

The company has already released two sketches of the looks, which resemble a carrot and onion. Other veggies represented at the show will include spinach and tomatoes.

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This isn't the first time that fast-food inspired looks have graced the catwalk. Earlier this year, designer Moschino featured a series of outfits reminiscent of fast-food giant McDonald's.

Last year, the inaugural Project Subway event featured dresses made exclusively of materials found at the chain's restaurants, such as sandwich wrappers, napkins, salad bowls and gift cards.

—By CNBC's Katie Little