You can buy NSFW necklaces that are modelled on real people's genitals
11 December 2018, 18:08 | Updated: 11 December 2018, 18:18
So, it looks like secret Santa is getting an X-rated spin this year...
A German jewellery brand has created jewellery which has been inspired by real people's private parts. Now, we know designers can take inspiration from all sorts of places but we're kind of sensing a theme here. Yves Saint Laurent gave us penis necklaces and earrings in brass – but we have never seen anything quite like this. Well, not in jewellery form anyway.
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From anuses to vulvae, Musch Musch specialises in making necklaces, brooches, earrings, and keyrings based our private parts. We're not even kidding. Unlike the YSL items, these are scarily realistic and the variety is something you've probably never seen before. Has fashion gone a little too far this time? N-E-V-E-R.
Musch Musch is the brainchild of artist Nancy Wagner and her partner Carl-Friedrich von Dechend. They started their company back in 2015 and after literally looking at thousands of pictures of people's undercarriages they used their skill, creativity and expertise to create their NSFW jewellery. It's a talent, what ever way you look at it. Nancy receives hundreds of images of real people's penises, vaginas, buttholes and nipples, and using them as her inspiration, she makes them into some very unique pieces.
But wait, it gets better. She’s even made some special collection of her pieces for the festive season – because nothing says Christmas like bow-clad genitals. Musch Musch now sells a vulva wrapped in ribbon and penises wearing Santa hats. Cute! Each clay piece is personalised and hand-carved, so it's a pretty thoughtful gift.
Want to cop one of these in time for Christmas? Well, you can. Prices start at €18 so if you're stuck for gift ideas, this could be the perfect stocking filler. Imagine your grandmother's delight when she opens up a pair of delicate vulva earrings on Christmas day. You'll go down in history, that's for sure.