There are few things better than when two of our loves collide.

And this time, it's a blessed pairing of designer-themed chocolate.

Yep. Luxury streetwear brands have been turned into your favourite dessert, thanks to a collab between Black Market and chocolatier CocoAndré.

Supreme, Comme des Garçons, Gucci and Chanel are among those featured in the sweet collection.

From the Supreme logo stamped on chocolate blocks, to Rei Kawakubo’s iconic love heart, the release is nothing short of perfect.

Black Market took to Instagram to showcase the designs. In sad news, however, there was only a small batch of choccies released earlier this year.

Fingers crossed they bring them back soon.

Via Highsnobiety.

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