L.A.-made jewelry, inspired by meat

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Maybe because of the awesomeness/offensiveness of Lady Gaga’s meat dress, one of the top-selling items from Onch Movement, a Los Angeles-based jewelry company that has created a line of food-inspired baubles, is a necklace dubbed the meat-lace.

It’s hard to look at this necklace without thinking of the you’re-so-ugly joke that goes: ‘You’re so ugly your mama needed to tie a steak around your neck to get the dog to play with you.’ But it has gotten the attention of more than just the family pet. (Celebs such as Kate Moss, Paris Hilton and singer Nicki Minaj have sported colorful pretzel necklaces and ice cream cone chains.)

The jewelry line, called Perfectasy, is a collection of various treats, slabs of meat and some colorful finger foods. Pork lovers might be inspired to wear the bacon bracelet. More of a desserts person? The lollipop necklace, whipped cream ring and candy bows might be for you. Available online, starting at $40.



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Photo Credit: Onch Movement