The Instagram account of a famous Indonesian fashion designer collapsed after he “showed” a bag with a strap made of “children’s spine”.
Indonesian designer Arnold Putra claimed to use “human ribs” and “human remains” as an accessory in designs that were criticized by critics. They describe the use of human bones as an accessory as “disgusting”.
This unique design costs 4,000 pounds (120 million VND) using a crocodile tongue and a spine of children imported from Canada.
The product has “stormed” the social network when many people expressed indignation and questioned: How did this designer get human remains.
Although there is no evidence from the media that the spinal strap is true, independent experts believe it is the real bone from the image.
This famous Indonesian designer and collector also sold products such as goat leather jackets with human rib accessories for £ 850.
Putra claims the bag is part of a collection with materials unmatched in the apparel industry. Sharing about the material of the bag is the crocodile tongue, Putra said: “Experiencing many new experiments have been thin and flexible tongue enough to make the body of the bag”.
With more than 55,000 followers, the photos posted on Putra’s Instagram account show that the designer’s lifestyle is lavish.
Arnold Putra first introduced this controversial fashion accessory on his Instagram account in 2016, but it went unnoticed until a few days ago, when an article about it posted on Twitter went viral.
The bag and contact number of the company have been removed from the company’s website since the Twitter post caught attention.
This designer is being considered as “sick” by netizens when designing a bag with a strap made from the backbone of children.
According to ODC