Chanel Bag Made From Beef Jerky: Gross or Glorious?

by , 05/27/11   filed under: Eco-Friendly Bags

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If you think that meat is murder and wearing leather is just as grotesque, then Nancy Wu’s take on Chanel’s classic quilted bag might leave you vindicated—or nauseated; same difference. The product designer, who studied at Art Center College in California, hand-stitched sheets of beef jerky to create what she describes as a “highly desirable, lo-fi” accessory (whatever that means). Wonder what Kaiser Karl would say?

So tell us, is this "Chanel" bag haute or not?

  • 26 Votes HAUTE! Lady Gaga, eat your heart (and meat dress) out.
  • 55 Votes MEH. At least you can eat it when the zombie apocalypse comes.
  • 43 Votes NOT! Why not wear a slab of steak and call it a day?

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[Via Jezebel]

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One Response to “Chanel Bag Made From Beef Jerky: Gross or Glorious?”

  1. Mike @ EcoSalon.com says:

    And your pets will love it too.

    *massively raised eyebrow*

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