13 May 2009
Entrechat, Jete, Pirouette, Fouette and Fashion
Sleek hair pulled back, tricot, chiffon, satin, tiny princess shoe, ribbons… Show, lights, music and audience…is there any profession with more fashion in it?
We hate on them sometimes for they figure but most of the time we want to change bodies with them. If you were ever practicing ballet or you are ballerina you meet pain that is required to be part of that society. Ballet is peaceful and painful in same time. And image is sophistication
Jean Paul Gaultier reminded me on that sophistication when he enchanted us this year with Satin ballet pumps. Silk string and high heel? Is there any ability for more refined feet?
Head over heels was when I saw Bona Drag ballerina flats.
Low cut neck sleeve tops are very popular these days in stores, brought to us by bandage inspired 80ies clothes of flashdance and crew.
Rock Ballerina I’m sure you have high wasted skirt to be paired with that (Erin Wasson X RVCA Christian Skirt)
Little black dress Was Chanel vision of untrammeled girl allured a bit with Parisian ballet? Tempting designers to sew more dresses with wide striped sleeves. There is nothing more sophisticated than that.( Stella McCartney Silk Dress With Contrast Straps, Preen Cotton Trick Dress)
Icon; Edie was on of the first party girls that brought elements of what she does in her outfits. Factory girl nice explains you how was she dressed daily.
P.S. Ballerinas don’t wear earrings but you should(Marc Jacobs Tassel and safety pin earrings)
P.I.S.S.Fashion on the end has its beginnings on ceremonies, theater. So why wouldn’t ballerinas inspire us?
Image via models.com
informations on clothes on polyvore