Monday, November 12, 2012

Chocolate fashion, as promised

Back again. Here is the heretofore promised chocolate fashion, from the Salon du Chocolat. I think you'll get a big kick out of it. It's theme is: Chocolat et le monde.  Note: all clothing is supposedly made from chocolate.  My question is, how does a model wear it without having the "clothing" melt?

Let's start out with some lovelies from the Aztec...

 I love all the textures incorporated here.

Very aztec.

 This looks like it would be heavy to wear, but it is so pretty.
My favorite

Not sure if you could technically call this clothing...more like accessories.

Onto another world. SPACE!

Because we all will have an igloo in space...

Again, not sure if this could be considered actual clothing.  Another accessory!

 This is another beauty.  So pretty.

Interesting to say the least. I have to say, this one looks like it's made from chocolate.

Moving on, we are now entering Japan.

Beautiful.  Though I do think they cheated a bit here.  Merely putting chocolate on fabric...

Still, it is quite lovely!

Now this is a journey to Thailand/Indonesia! Look at the detail here, wow!

Continuing our journey is a stop in India...

This doesn't look Indian, but I think this would be fun to wear!

Yes! Removeable arms! No idea what the deal is with the red pitchfork though.  Odd pop of color?

Better.  This one is traditional-like.

 Last stop on our amazing chocolate journey is Africa. This one here is so dramatic and powerful.

Seriously impressed with the chocolate fur!

Very nice.
And thus concludes our tour of the world through chocolate fashion.  Hoped you enjoyed it as much as I did. Until next year at the Salon du Chocolat, this is your tour guide signing off.
Au revoir!

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