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The Lebanese, it need hardly be said, take their clothes very seriously.Put together: A sea of indulgent chocolate dresses inaugurating this year's Salon du Chocolat at the bustling Beirut International Exhibition and Leisure center. A decadent affair, the second edition of Salon du Chocolat and the fifth edition of the Beirut Cooking Festival fall under the umbrella of Gourmet Week, an annual initiative that promotes Lebanese culinary heritage and gastronomy. Abed Mahfouz, the renowned Lebanese fashion designer was the guest of honor at the Salon du Chocolat, and his gilded chocolate minidress initiated the runway show.Making use of around 6,000 chocolate elements, working with chocolate is second nature for Abi Hayla, who participated in last year's Salon du Chocolat fashion show as well.Salon du Chocolat and Beirut Cooking Festival expect at least 10,000 visitors this year.
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