French Designer Creates Chocolate Dress That's Good Enough to Eat
October 26, 2012
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With Paris's Salon de Chocolat set to open next week, one innovative designer will be mounting a very special fashion show to demonstrate his latest edible creation -- a fully-wearable chocolate kimono.
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