Jewelry Made From Barbie Doll Parts – Design You Trust

Jewelry Made From Barbie Doll Parts

Would you wear these bizarre jewelry items made by Brooklyn artist Margaux Lange? They are made of chopped up pieces of Barbie dolls… which is just a bit creepy in a serial killer kind of way.

More info: Margaux Lange (h/t: sadanduseless)

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