Friday, April 2, 2010

Haute Couture

I especially love to see the beautiful costumes that
seems to twinkle while fluttering across the stage.

These days, ballet-inspired style can be seen in fashion magazines;
ballet-inspired dresses, hairdos and accessories could be worn by anyone.

Picture above, you can see the making of the Chanel haute couture ballet costume.

English National Ballet had commission Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld to create an exclusive ballet costume for Principal Dancer Elena Glurdjidze, worn during her 'The Dying Swan' solo, summer 2009.

Elena Glurdjidze gave Lagerfeld a personal performance of the Dying Swan after her fitting at his salon in Paris.

Here we can see a picture of ballet legend Margot Fonteyn, wearing a long tutu and a sweater, old Hollywood style glamour and grace, yet simple and elegant, during a rehearsal.

More ballet-inspired pink and black designer dress by Micheal Kors

More ballet-inspired fashion photo shoot for Elle magazine.

The gorgeous Natasa Vojnovic grace the pages of Elle magazine with dancers from the American Ballet Theatre.

Natalia Vodianova looking stunning in a ballet-inspired gown.

More ballet-inspired gown at the Red Carpet

Scarlett Johansson was ballerina chic in a Dolce & Gabbana cream and ivory tulle tea-length gown with corseted bodice and grosgrain ribbon waistband detail.

Sarah Jessica Parker wore a fabulous Dior Haute Couture dress at the Oscar, the overall effect was breathtaking.

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