A dress made entirely out of human hair has been crafted by a hairdresser.
The blonde gown was made from both extensions and tresses donated by Jodie Breeds’s clients at her salon in Sunderland.
The dress was modelled by Holly Lyons in the Environmentally Friendly Dress round of this year’s Miss England contest.
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Although it didn’t win, the hairy creation turned many heads and earned Jodie plenty of publicity.
She told The Sunderland Echo: “I think I’m going to put it up in the salon now as everyone keeps asking to see it.”
We suspect it's probably quite itchy, but we can more than imagine Lady Gaga - famed pioneer of the "Meat Dress" - donning the hairy frock.
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Lady Gaga poses in the press room during the MTV Video Music Awards at NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE on September 12, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo credit: Getty)
ina Arkley shows off the tress dress made from recycled hair at Jodie Breeds 24 Carat hair and beauty salon in Sunderland. (Photo credit: North News)
A Brazilian model wears an outfit made from recycled rubbish, at a Community Centre on March 14, 2009 in Manaus, Brazil. The Prince of Wales has been recognised for his campaigning efforts to save the world's rainforests. Charles was named "Friend of the Forest" by the Governor of Brazil's Amazonas state for speaking out in support of the threatened eco-systems for more than 20 years. (Photo credit: John Stillwell/WPA Pool/Getty Images)
A group of girls wear outfits made of recycled materials during the ''First Central American Meeting of Recyclers'' in Managua, on February 20, 2012. (Photo credit: ELMER MARTINEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Icelandic pop star Bjork wearing a creation by Marjan Djodjov Pejoski arriving for the 73rd Annual Academy Awards (The Oscars) at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, USA. (Photo credit: PA)
The expensive wedding dress worth 1.4 million USD made with real peacock feathers appears in Nanjing of Jiangsu Province, China. (Photo credit: PA)
Rubber Glove Dress - A Mixture of Frailties. An artist has taken fashion to new levels with a wedding dress made from more than one thousand rubber gloves.The glamorous dress, called A Mixture of Frailties, is made with 1400 yellow Marigold gloves turned inside out.The garment, which only took a few weeks to make, was designed by Manchester-based artist Susie MacMurray.In addition to this dress, Mrs MacMurray has created two others by painstakingly weaving around 14,000 latex balloons into a soft mesh frames. (Photo credit: Rex)