The Salon du Chocolat invented the unique and audacious idea of associating talents in the fashion and the chocolate fields to create exceptional couture masterpieces. 
 
The Salon’s world famous chocolate fashion show with stunning couture outfits made and inspired by chocolate will be presenting during the Gala Evening (on invitation only).
 


The creations will be displayed throughout the show in a dedicated exhibition where visitors will be able to discover the delicious and chocolaty interpretations of:
Julia Wenlock of Toot Sweets Chocolates & Hannah Wilkins-Webb
Marc Demarquette & Vivien Sheriff 
Artisan du Chocolat
Lindt Master Chocolatier & Lauren Smith and Paul Wayne Gregory
Fruitful Blooms & Bikini Fling
Les Sucreries de Mélodie 
On Cafe 
Mark Tilling of Squires Kitchen
Christophe Roussel
Beschle & Plastik Haar

The chocolate dress will be showcased at the Gala Chocolate Fashion Show opening night at Salon du Chocolat tonight as part of the closing celebrations of National Chocolate Week.




SALON DU CHOCOLAT LAUNCHES ITS FIRST EVER LONDON EDITION AT OLYMPIA NATIONAL THIS AUTUMN FOR WHAT IS LIKELY TO BE THE BIGGEST CHOCOLATE SHOW THE UK HAS EVER SEEN.

Taking place from 18-20 October, Salon du Chocolat will be the grand finale of Chocolate Week. Some of the UK's best chocolate companies will be exhibiting alongside exciting international brands. The show will also feature demonstrations, talks and hands-on workshops from the top chocolatiers.



The highlight of the show will be London's first ever Chocolate Fashion Show, featuring models walking the catwalk wearing couture outfits made entirely out of chocolate – you’ve got to see it to believe it!

In the "Tasting Room", visitors will discover the universe of chocolate and all its subtleties through a series of presentations and tastings held by experts.


Salon du Chocolat has enormous pedigree in the chocolate industry, hosting more than 23 chocolate shows around the world, with the biggest taking place in Paris, featuring 600 participants and attracting more than 135,000 visitors over five days