Wild fashion from the Stone Age. By Marchetto Pellami

National Geographic becomes a hunter for primitive fashion trends and releases a news about a singular archaeological discovery: the finding of a handbag from the stone age, decorated with dog’s teeth, perfectly lined up to embellish the closing flap of the bag. This is the first time such a peculiar relic has been discovered, but the archaeologists are keen to believe that the item was originally used as a carrier bag . Being produced presumably 2500 years B.C., nothing is left from the original leather cover, while the dog’s teeth are still intact, perfectly lined up to decorate the item.

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