Here Is a Dress Made Out of 520 Toilet Seat Covers

OK, Toletta, we'll bite. Toletta, a Canadian company that manufactures "luxury paper toilet seat covers" that you can carry in your purse for when you encounter a particularly terrifying public toilet, is drumming up press with a dress they commissioned designer Laura Dreger to make using only Tolettas. 520 toilet seat covers and 100 hours later, she came up with this dress, which is being billed as "the world’s first couture paper dress from disposable toilet seat covers." Hey, everyone's gotta start somewhere. "When the idea was presented to me I said yes because I knew it would be fun and unique," Dreger said in a release. "Besides, it's not every day that I get to be the first in the world to make a paper dress from disposable toilet seat covers.” So true. We've seen dresses made out of legos, leaves, and toilet paper, but never toilet seat covers! Click through for more images of the "first couture paper dress" made from toilet seat covers.
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OK, Toletta, we'll bite. Toletta, a Canadian company that manufactures "luxury paper toilet seat covers" that you can carry in your purse for when you encounter a particularly terrifying public toilet, is drumming up press with a dress they commissioned designer Laura Dreger to make using only Tolettas. 520 toilet seat covers and 100 hours later, she came up with this dress, which is being billed as "the world’s first couture paper dress from disposable toilet seat covers." Hey, everyone's gotta start somewhere. "When the idea was presented to me I said yes because I knew it would be fun and unique," Dreger said in a release. "Besides, it's not every day that I get to be the first in the world to make a paper dress from disposable toilet seat covers.” So true. We've seen dresses made out of legos, leaves, and toilet paper, but never toilet seat covers! Click through for more images of the "first couture paper dress" made from toilet seat covers.
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OK, Toletta, we'll bite. Toletta, a Canadian company that manufactures "luxury paper toilet seat covers" that you can carry in your purse for when you encounter a particularly terrifying public toilet, is drumming up press with a dress they commissioned designer Laura Dreger to make using only Tolettas. 520 toilet seat covers and 100 hours later, she came up with this dress, which is being billed as "the world’s first couture paper dress from disposable toilet seat covers." Hey, everyone's gotta start somewhere. "When the idea was presented to me I said yes because I knew it would be fun and unique," Dreger said in a release. "Besides, it's not every day that I get to be the first in the world to make a paper dress from disposable toilet seat covers.” So true.

We've seen dresses made out of legos, leaves, and toilet paper, but never toilet seat covers! Click through for more images of the "first couture paper dress" made from toilet seat covers.