Meat Stephanie Hensle
With all the pork belly, lardo and bacon-in-everything flying around these days, it was only a matter of time before swine made it into the realm of high fashion. For Stephanie Hensle, a recent grad of Pforzheim University's School of Design in Germany, when it comes to jewelery a nice slice of fleisch is entirely kosher.
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