Models took to the Paris catwalk this passed Tuesday in couture dresses made out of chocolate.
In a spectacular showcase of intricately designed ball gowns, fun short dresses and Avant Garde pieces, well-known French chocolatiers teamed up with stylists to create the pieces for an annual event celebrating chocolate.
Corsets decorated with chocolate roses or butterflies and chocolate-splattered skirts sashayed down the runway, the crowed gasping in awe when the showstopper- a dress made from fluttering chocolate butterflies, glided through the room.
French chocolatier Jeffrey Cagnes spoke of his design, a chocolate corset covered in red and gold chocolate coins tied up with red ribbons, was inspired by ladybirds.
"The dress is all in chocolate, it is a true sweet," he said. "The difficulty with it is to keep it in place for a long time, it is hot in here, it lasts a short while and starts to melt."
The fashion show marked the opening of the Salon du Chocolat, which gathers top chocolatiers, pastry makers and confectioners to show off their work.
Browse the catwalk looks in our gallery below.