On the dubious subject of fashion+meat, various other things spring to mind...
First, the wonderful, disturbing magazine Meat Paper (which I blogged about here):
(The minced meat suit reminds me of that surreal America's Next Top Model shoot where Tyra made the girls pose in underwear made from raw meat...)
I also keep thinking of an iconic Helmut Newton (?) picture of models posing among carcasses in an abattoir (with all sorts of erotic and sexist undertones), but I can find no evidence for it online, so now I'm wondering if I dreamt up the whole thing (now that wouldn't be disturbing in the least...)
What I did come across was this rather good Guy Bourdin photo:
But for the really bloody, graphic stuff, Steven Klein is your man. Looking for the possibly-imaginary Helmut Newton pictures, I came across three Klein editorials, the first for American Vogue in 2004, the second for L'Uomo Vogue in 2005 , and the third for Vogue Hommes Autumn/Winter 2009 edition.
If you're a vegetarian, you might want to look away now.
The Big Chill from American Vogue:
I'm sure Helmut Newton has done something like this, but more stylishly... anyone know what I'm talking about?
Meat Packing from L'Uomo Vogue:
Plaisir Solitaire (styled by Carine Roitfeld!) from Vogue Hommes: