+ A Chanel handbag made from beef jerky? At least you can eat it when the Zombie Apocalypse comes.
+ This edible wedding dress, made from rhubarb paper, makes for a deliciously naughty honeymoon.
+ Emily Crane assembled her fashion collection not with fabric and needles but with gelatin, seaweed, and food dyes.
+ High heels made from a stale cheese sandwich (a.k.a. "Jimmy Cheese"), anyone?
+ For folks with a sweet tooth, Natalie Smith's sugar-encrusted jewelry might be too tempting to resist.
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