Among those offering tips and price suggestions was Ben Turley, co-owner of The Brooklyn Kitchen and the Meat Hook in Williamsburg. He said a meat dress would cost around 1500 to 2000 dollars to make, 'but we may reduce that if the lady"s cute'. Turley"s meat dress comes with a health warning and, instead of a discreet designer label, a sell-by date.
He cautioned that the dress would be 'highly perishable' and anyone daring enough to wear it "should only do so for a short period, no longer than three hours," reports News.com.au. After that, he said, "it"s going to get really wet, really smelly and disgusting and flies will start circling."