An eccentric label serves up a deep dish for thought —A coat emblazoned with tacos. Pink cherry–print overalls. A lemon–patterned shirt and shorts. Toronto fashion designer Hayley Elsaesser has long found inspiration in food, often pairing bright visuals with a darker message. The lemons, for example, surround hubcaps – her nod to how consumerism might ruin an archetypal beach town. With food and fashion, “both industries can be so environmentally degradative if we are not careful,” says Elsaesser.