It sounds cheesy to slap a couple ice cream cones on the outside of a cake but really, it's so delightful!
First, I apologize that I was unable to find a photo of this cake with a slice taken out of it. It's red velvet and I'm sure devastatingly beautiful. I'm super impressed with the buttercream piping skills on display here. Those roses are GORGEOUS. So I guess I can see why they didn't want to slice it in the photo but come on, throw us a bone.
At first I thought this looked like the world's fanciest doorstop or something but then I started drooling and realized that my brain knew it was awesome food so why couldn't the rest of me figure it out? The only way to eat such a fancy dessert is in the tiniest nibbles possible. You have to be careful not to compromise the structural integrity of the stack.
The couple times I've gone to LA to visit, one of my favorite things to do is to drive through the Hollywood Hills in a rental car with the windows down. The views are spectacular, the breeze is lovely and how can you not feel glamorous cruising past the giant houses where movie stars live? The cake version looks like a rough drive, but munching on it would remind me of sunny vistas and gorgeous escape.