We're not sure Kate Moss would be seen wearing it to any high-end London fashion parties, in fact we're not sure that she'd wear it a million miles underground away from snapping paps - but if she did, it's certain that she wouldn't get hungry while crews tried desperately to rescue her.
That's because the latest piece of fashion to get the food world's attention is this snack jacket - a wearable jacket that's made entirely from interconnected ziploc sandwich bags.
The pics were posted on the J4ya Tumblr blog with the caption "My friend Dianne made a ziploc bag jacket."
It's basically an easy way to stuff your pockets with readily available snacks that will stay fresh all day. The only problem is that the bags are transparent meaning there's no way of lying about eating vegetables on a diet when in facts you've stuffed your pockets with chocolate.
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