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Playboy Bunnies go couture

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Celebrated design house Marchesa have created their own one-off take on the iconic Playboy Bunny costume.

Based on the original costume worn by Bunny Girls across the globe, design duo Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig say that their new take on the classic bunny kit will feature Marchesa's signature design details, such as hand draping and embroidery, but will still stay true to the legendary corset silhouette of the original costume - keeping it iconic and feminine, but still very modern.

Created to celebrate the launch of the new Playboy Club in London, the new bunny costume will be exclusively unveiled on Thursday 26 May, and will then be auctioned to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness. Until then, take a look at the designers' sketch of the outfit below.

The Playboy Club London opens on Saturday 4 June at 14 Old Park Lane, London.

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