Haute couture is no longer defined by luxurious and rare
fabrics, or great cuts and designs. More
and more customers across the world are opting for embellishments and glitter
on dresses making bling a mandatory requirement.
The result is that we see more and more Swarovski
crystals, precious gems and metals becoming a fashion detail and accessory,
making people spend crazy amounts of money for a unique jewelry-outfit.
A question here.
What does a woman love as much if not more that crystal
and precious gems?
I guess it would be safe to say that the answer is
And what do women love more sparkling Austrian crystals
and Swiss chocolate?
A dress that combines both!
Lindt, the famous chocolate house, realized this and created
a dress, to satisfy a woman's greatest needs, for jewelry and chocolate. The festive red dress was made of Lindt
Chocolate's Lindor Balls and Swarovski crystals.
The famous, beautiful and young violinist Linzi Stoppard
was seen wearing the creation.
Though it looks fab, I kept thinking whether the creamy spheres of Swiss
chocolate would melt if she sat down... and even if they didn't, just how comfortable
was it to sit on near-golf ball sized candies?
The only way out?
Eat all the candies you can!
Linzi, according to reports,
did just that.