Karl Lagerfeld Uses 10 Tons of Chocolate for This Tasty Hotel Room

By: Peter Vallas - Published: • References: karllagerfeld & odditycentral
Famous Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld has taken a break from designing purses to make his mark on this one-of-a-kind hotel room.

Working with Magnum ice cream, Karl Lagerfeld used 10 tons of Belgian chocolate to transform an unnamed hotel in Paris into a place in which you can both eat and sleep. One unique part of the hotel room by Karl Lagerfeld is the fully chocolate man on the bed who is enjoying a Magnum ice cream bar. The man is said to have been inspired by male model Baptiste Giabiconi, who is a favorite of Karl Lagerfeld.

I'm not sure if it would be the most comfortable night's stay, but if you ever got hungry, you could take a bite out of the headboard. Stats for Designer Chocolate Suites Trending: Older & Mild
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