The love story between fashion and dance is true love. Both tell about passion for beauty and the aesthetic research of perfection.
Stella McCartney, Blumarine, Antonio Berardi, Etro, Prada and many other fashion designers of present and past times, have been fascinated by the sense of elegance of the most famous dancers and by the splendor of scenography and costumes of classic opera.
Their latest collections bring the world of ballet directly into daily life. Like on the stage, women are graceful creatures dressed of sophisticated romanticism, intriguing seduction or enigmatic opulence. It is a triumph of delicate silhouettes, slight veiled transparencies, precious fabrics and spectacular effects: really theatrical.
Here are three suggestions for a dreamy wardrobe.
Shall we dance?
White swan, black swan. An outfit created with the tender softness of a tulle skirt, the feather effect of a warm coat, the swans pattern, the indispensable flat ballerina shoes and the perennial contrast between black and white, as the representation of the two sides of the female soul. Absolutely poetic!
Round neck degradé coat by Yves Salomon, Swans patterned ruched wool sweater by Stella McCartney, Pleated tulle midi skirt by Valentino, Odette cross body bag by Blumarine, Annechic flat shoes by Anna Baiguera.
The cocktail dress has the sensual rhythm of a Spanish Bolero dance, the hot seduction of red and black matching, the voluptuous movement of flounces and sparkling embroideries. From Spain with passion!
All the mysterious charm of the "Arabian Nights" is expressed by precious fabrics like brocades and the metallic sheen of embroideries and glitter, in a flawless outfit for a vernissage, an elegant dinner or a dance evening in a stylish venue.