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Just when we thought there was no possible way anyone could ever improve on the iconic Chanel 2.55 handbag—that chic, precious, quilted, multi-thousand-dollar classic purse that's always neck-and-neck with the Hermes Birkin in the race for most-covetable accessory—Art Center College of Design student Nancy Wu goes and makes a version out of beef jerky. Yes, beef jerky.
· Chanel purse made from beef jerky [Foodiggity]