Thierry Mugler hits the kitchen

Thierry Mugler hits the kitchen

Fashion it seems knows no boundaries, and the last few months has seen designers leave the catwalk for all kinds of interesting areas, turning their hands to interior design, launching fashion-branded hotels, and even creating evocative afternoon tea experiences. But design house Thierry Mugler – renowned for its multi-million-selling fragrance line – has gone one step further by launching its own line of fashion pastries.

Artistic director Rosemary Rodriguez worked closely with chef Christoph Raoux to create the tasty Pop Fizz pastries, which will be available exclusively at the Intercontinental Paris Le Grand – one of the city’s most luxurious residences.

The delicate cakes will be layered in block colours, with multiple chocolate tiers, creamy green tea moose flavoured with yuzu (a type of Japanese lemon) and made using the finest ingredients.

“I wanted to create a combination of flavours that would surprise and inspire,” says artistic director Rosemary Rodriguez of her stylish creations. “The unique nature of this fashion pastry runs in line with my vision of fashion: a colourful mix for the coming spring and summer. Working with Christophe was creative and stimulating because we both have a very similar approach to style and combine tradition and innovation.”

The Thierry Mugler collection marks the fifth season that the Intercontinental Paris Le Grand has worked with fashion houses to produce pastry lines, and past designers have included Elie Saab, Claude Montana, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada and Franck Sorbier.

The pastries will be available at the hotel’s Cafe de la Paix from now until 15 September 2010, and will be priced at €15.

To reserve a coveted seat at the Cafe de la Paix, call 00 33 1 40 07 36 36

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