With fashion week about to kick off in New York, Paris, London & Milan this month, we thought we’d have our own mini fashion week here at Cake Geek Magazine – but in cake, of course.
Make Me My Cake has created a fabulous homage to Dior in the cake design above left, perfectly encapsultating the designer’s timeless elegance.
On the right, Jacki Fanto of Blissfully Sweet Cakes has designed an exquisite confectionary tribute to fashion icon, Audrey Hepburn, capturing her immaculate sense of style perfectly in this artful design.
London cake couturier, Rachel Mount has been commissioned by Vogue Magazine on a number of occasions to create spectacular works of cake art to mark special events at the magazine and its sister publications, including Vogue Spain’s 20th anniversary, below left.
Cakes En Vogue have taken inspiration from the world of fashion amongst other source in their spectacular cake design, below right.
Vintage fashion is the inspiration for the collection of beautiful cookies below The Netherland’s, Muffin Mania.
The unique styling of the Roaring 20’s Jazz Age is recreated in the beautiful cake art of Natasha Collins of Nevie Pie Cakes, below.
Designer Lulu Guinness’ store is fabulously recreated in cake for an 18-year old fashionista’s birthday party by Creations by Paula Jane. On the right, Let’s Eat Cupcakes have taken inspiration from make-up artistry to create their inspired fashion cake design, below.
Cupcake Envy, the originators of the cakelet, have a tutorial for their fabulous dress cakelets below, which you’ll find here: dress cake tutorial.
Shift dress cookies and one-shouldered numbers make an imaginative confection or favour for a fashion party – by Minnie’s Sweet Creations, below.
A statuesque model poses on a leopard-print cake with lots of gold gilding in the distinctive style (below left) of Dee’s Sweet Surprises.
On the right, Little Wish Cakes have created a superb silhouette cake celebrating a shopping fan’s special occasion.
Style through the ages is beautifully represented in the stylish black and pink cake design (below left, image via Indulgy.com) and on the right, Cakes by Bien, The Netherlands have designed a cake based on the fashionista’s Mecca – New York.
Glitzy heels and a little black dress star in the beautiful vintage hatbox cake (below left) from acclaimed cake designer, Tracey James of Cotton & Crumbs. And on the right, couture cake gown from the Ipoh Bakery’s much admired couture doll cakes collection.
A sugar mannequin and vintage dressing table makes a beautiful birthday cake for an elegant lady – young or old, by Paula Cake Couture.
Exquisite mannequin cookies in pretty pastels by Minnie’s Sweet Creations, below.
Anne Heap of The Pink Cake Box has created the fabulous mannequin cake below for Craftsy and you’ll find more details on this online class here: Little Pink Dress Cake.
Fashion fans will also love Elisa Strauss’s latest gumpaste shoes class available on Craftsy: Runway Ready Heels
Readers might also enjoy our earlier features on:
- Mannequin Cakes for Fashionistas
- Shoe Cakes & Tutorials
- More on Sugar Shoes
- Stiletto Cupcakes & Tutorial
- Designer Handbag Cakes & Tutorials
- Edible Sequins Cakes & Tutorials
- Fabric Effects in Fondant
- Sewing, Knitting & Crafting Cakes
Coming Up Next: Dahlia Cake Designs
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