Fast Food Fashion "Flipping burgers at McDonald's" is often a description of the lowest career a person can aspire to. But now the fast food chain wants to give its workers a makeover and is reportedly in the early stages of soliciting fashion designers to spice up its standard uniforms. Goodbye polo shirts and visors, hello Ralph Lauren, Russell Simmons and Giorgio Armani. Will the Golden Arches become the new black?
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Fast Food Fashion

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"Flipping burgers at McDonald's" is often a description of the lowest career a person can aspire to. But now the fast food chain wants to give its workers a makeover and is reportedly in the early stages of soliciting fashion designers to spice up its standard uniforms. Goodbye polo shirts and visors, hello Ralph Lauren, Russell Simmons and Giorgio Armani. Will the Golden Arches become the new black?

Guest:

Jay McCarroll, winner of Bravo's Project Runway; fashion designer