Fashion on bones: a young designer was criticized for a collection of clothes with elements of human remainsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/fashion-on-bones-a-young-designer-was-criticized-for-a-collection-of-clothes-with-elements-of-human-remains
In the jaded fashion industry, designers are trying to stand out from others by embodying the most incredible ideas. Sometimes their fantasy goes too far. Indonesian Arnold Putra said that he used ribs and other human bones in clothes and accessories from his collection. The attention of netizens was attracted by a bag with a spine handle, photos of which appeared on Twitter. People criticized the young rich man, calling the idea disgusting.The bag worth 4,000 pounds (about 377,000 rubles) is made in a single copy from the tongue of an alligator and a human spine, brought from Canada.
The accessory caused outrage on the web, and many users asked how the designer could use human remains at all. Despite the fact that there is no confirmation of the authenticity of the bones, they look like real ones.
The laws regarding the import and sale of human bones are different in different countries. In Canada, the trade in human remains is considered legal.
In one of his Instagram stories, Putra wrote that he used plastinated human remains and albino skin in the collection.
An avalanche of indignation and accusations also fell on a hunter from the USA, after she posted photos online with a black giraffe shot by her on a hunt. The woman sewed a bag for a gun from the skin of a rare animal, and cooked and ate the meat.