Even if you notice that you are wearing 40 pounds of 6973 brand chocolate on the runway, don’t sweat. Really – you may find yourself attracting the audience.
Fiona Bitmead showed Fiona Bitmead, one of the 10 models of edible chocolate products, at Salon du Chocolate in London on Friday night. Five managers helped her dress up.
Naturally, Salon Du Chocolat is a French work. This is the largest chocolate fair in the world and has been in operation for 19 years. This year, we will travel to 23 cities around the world and offer our customers the opportunity to taste and purchase artisans and specialty chocolates. Sharon landed in New York in November 2014.
Chocolate Dress Fashion Show
A chocolate maker and a designer work together to make a chocolate dream dress. Lauren Smith, a 23-year-old art school, was hired by Swiss partner Lindt to design the Eternal Diamond dress. The A-line dress exudes a rich brown of 40 pounds of chocolate. The spices used in Lindt Chocolate Special Bars are simply decorated with chilli and orange on the hem. Smith has two big concerns about this dress.
“One of the main challenges is choosing fabrics that support the weight and decoration of chocolate,” Smith said. “Fortunately, I chose a sturdy, sturdy, hard canvas. Effective.”
Fabric samples were pre-tested at Lint’s headquarters to ensure that the garments can withstand heavy chocolate coatings. The Smith and Lint teams resisted in just two weeks.
“I’m really worried about sewing with chocolate and cloth. It ’s really nice but a little difficult, but I can sew it,” Smith said.
Food artist Paul Weighing Gregory works on this dress and hand drawn chocolate in 24 hours. Gregory said that this process did not collapse.
Baking School’s Squires Kitchen’s British pastry shop and chocolate specialty store Mark Tilling uses a 10-pound chocolate plaza to make a round tote with Audrey Hepburn style dress. No. The hardest part of Tilling is finding the best part to use as a template.