Now the only question is whether they're going to smoke or salt it? Decisions, decisions. 

Actually it is the designer who has planned to archive the dress for posterity. Lady Gaga wore the controversial dress to the MTV Video Awards and designer Franc Fernandes believes that the moment should be preserved in time. 

He said the dress will go through a "type of process where it becomes a sort of 'jerky' and will be archived". 

Speaking to MTV he said that he bought 50 pounds of meat to create the dress and worked on it for three days. It was refrigerated while he wasn't working on it but he agreed "It shouldn't be worn again." 

He said "There's not going to be meat dresses in the future. This was made for a specific purpose. It's what it is."