Going, going, gone: French TV presenter Karine Ferri tries to stop her skirt from disintegrating at Paris’ Salon du Chocolat (Chocolate Fair)
Icing on the cake (with a cherry on top): Ferri embraced the mini skirt for the final curtain call – but others were bearing a lot more skin
Models often have enough trouble trying to stay on their sky-scraping heels on the catwalk without having to worry about suffering a wardrobe malfunction.
But French TV presenter Karine Ferri, revealed a little more than she intended to at the opening show of the Salon du Chocolat (Chocolate Fair) in Paris.
The 29-year-old, who started her career as a model before becoming a finalist in the French version of The Bachelor and turning to presenting, was ever the professional when her chocolate skirt started to shatter half way down the runway.
Ferri initially tried to stop her clothing from crumbling, but then just embraced her new mini skirt – which exposed the tops of her stockings.
She looked positively overdressed compared to her fellow walkers who made their way down the confectionery-scattered catwalk though.
Former Miss France Cindy Fabre wore a gladiator-style bikini and singer and porn star Clara Morgane’s bra was made out of a few well-placed cherries.
While Ferri’s dress was initially intended to be a demure, Disney Princess-inspired frock, other creations were much more raunchy.
The stunning Tiga To’s dress featured a huge bottom made out of chocolate on the back – as did Morgane’s
Much was also made of the cherries that adorned some of the dresses with the models pulling provocative and seductive poses.
Men got in on the action too, in a slightly more covered up – but equally flamboyant – way.
French figure skater Philippe Candeloro dressed up as a giant chocolate ice cream, complete with a wafer-covered cone.
Newsreader Jean-Philippe Doux dressed as a circus ringleader in an over-sized bow-tie and tails all made of chocolate.
The fashion show marked the beginning of the 17th Salon du Chocolat at Porte de Versailles in Paris – a yearly trade fair for the international chocolate industry.
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