Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!

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It was an event too good to be true: Chocolate and Broadway coming together as one!  The 14th Annual Chocolate Show, which opened Wednesday November 8th and ran through Sunday November 13th, featured a runway show with Broadway themed costumes made out of chocolate!  

Chocolatiers and pastry chefs, from some of New York's best restaurants, teamed up with award winning costume designers to create the delicious dresses that walked the runway Wednesday night.  The dresses were then featured throughout the showroom for the rest of the chocolate show.  Some of the participating costume designers were William Ivey Long,  Anita Yavic (Chinglish), and Gregg Barnes.

A celebration of all things chocolate, the show featured more than 65 national and international chocolate companies showcasing chocolate and chocolate-inspired creations available to sample and purchase. For additional information, please visit www.chocolateshow.com.

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!

 

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
1950's and 1960's Playbill inspired dress by Martin Howard and costume designer Michael Plosky

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Joelle Mahoney and Tony Award winning costume designer William Ivey Long created a Chicago inspired dress out of chocolate

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Vanessa Greele, a chocolatier and cake designer, looked to Zarkana for her inspiration

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
François Pralus was inspired by the Cabarets of Pari

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Sofitel Luxury Hotels and Vincent Bitauld (Sofitel) collaborated with Drama Desk Award winning costume designer David Woolard to create a chocolate dress inspired by Can-Can

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
�Top Chef: Just Desserts�� Melissa Camacho (ilili) with �Project Runway�s� Elisa Jiminez � inspired by Wicked

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Deborah Pellegrino from Harrah's Atlantic City teamed with John Stanton to design a Lion King chocolate costume that would make Julie Taymor proud!

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Vicki Wells and Michelle Tampakis (The Institute of Culinary Education) � inspired by Gyps

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Sherri Adler from Rogue Confections looked to Auntie Mame for inspiration

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Stephen Collucci from Colicchio & Sons collaborated with �Project Runway�s� Althea Harper and interpreted Phantom of the Opera

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Tony Award winning costume designer Greg Barnes teamed up with the Marriot Marquis' Steve Evetts and created this Follies inspired masterpiece

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!
Jansen Chan (Oceana) worked alongside the costume designer from Chinglish, Anita Yavich, to create this old meets new world Chinese inspired dress

Photo Coverage: Broadway Meets Chocolate at NY Chocolate Show!

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