Claire Distenfeld Olshan is a master curator. It's a fact recognized the city over. A brilliance of being able to recognize exactly what we didn't know we wanted. We trust you're familiar with her first project, Fivestory, which opened in 2012. A luxury boutique spanning the floors of an Upper East Side townhouse, Fivestory was in many ways the first of its kind - a uniquely heightened, and yet remarkably homey, curated retail experience. A store that doesn't just sell you this season's latest, most covetable handbag, but that also sells you a lifestyle.

Six years, a wedding, and one child later, Claire's turned her sights from fashion to food. Well, haute food, of course. After playfully teasing her latest endeavor on Instagram, Claire's Dada Daily has finally been revealed as a surrealism-inspired, aesthetically-minded snack food brand set out to shake up the rules of health food trends.

Crispy Almond Butter Brussels Sprouts, Hot Turmeric Cabbage Petals, Matcha Latte Truffles and Schisandra Chocolate Truffles - oh my! Click through for an inside scoop on the deliciously designed eats worthy of Duchamp and Dalí.

[Photos by Yumi Matsuo Photography]

How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks
How Claire Distenfeld Olshan Went From Designer Fashion To Surrealist Snacks