Hacia arriba

Danza Ballet

#

Valentino for NYC Ballet


31 mayo, 2012
Imprimir


Valentino Garavani is working on the costumes he designed for the New York City Ballet Fall opening

The creative collaboration between New York City Ballet and the fashion world continues. Following the jubilee surrounding the Spring Gala 2012, which saw the debut of Two Hearts signed by Rodarte (featuring dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied), Peter Martins’ ballet with costumes by Gilles Mendel and J. Mendel and, as if that weren’t enough, a revisitation of Balanchine, whose legendary costumes (created in 1950 by Barbara Karinska) have been completely re-designed by Marc Happel, now comes the turn of the one and only Valentino.

Valentino’s press office has made it known that the Last Emperor is working on costumes for the New York City Ballet Fall opening. For now, there isn’t any further information regarding the costumes, except for a photo of the couturier at work on two tutus. However, there is no doubt as to the quality of the final result, which will surely be distinguished by the maniacal attention to detail and dream-like grace that have always characterized Valentino’s work.

Garavani, born in Voghera in 1932, has just turned 80 and the idea of leaving the scene hasn’t even remotely crossed his mind. After the transition his maison made into the hands of designer couple Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, aside from the New York City Ballet project, Valentino has launched a virtual museum-archive, which brings together his work, as well as a retrospective, on the agenda for next fall – in London. vogue.it

articulos de danza  Valentino for NYC Ballet

Valentino Garavani is working on the costumes he designed for the New York City Ballet Fall opening.

 © 2012 Danza Ballet

00011

Clases Ballet Intensivo Verano Barcelona: Julio, 2015 Curso Intensivo Ballet Barcelona® en Julio. Danza Ballet® Vaganova, para alumnos con conocimientos en danza clásica. Ballet Académico Vagánova: Nivel básico/intermedio. Puntas. DEFINICIÓN DEL NIVEL INTERMEDIO El nivel intermedio tiene como final...
Lancôme se inspira en el ballet Lancôme se inspira en el ballet para su colección de maquillaje de primavera. Excitación concentrada entre bambalinas, las notas musicales de un piano, el roce de las zapatillas de baile sobre el parquet…Esta temporada está dedicada al ballet con Fr...
Barbara Karinska: Costume Couturier The costumes created by Barbara Karinska (1886–1983) go hand in hand with the history of 20th-century ballet. Starting with her work for the Ballets Russes companies, through her longtime affiliation with George Balanchine and New York City Ballet, K...
English National Ballet teams up with Vivienne Westwood   English National Ballet has revealed it has teamed up with British designer Vivienne Westwood in a creative brand campaign for 2013. This season's brand campaign captures the creative collaborations English National Ballet is driving, with photog...
Manuel Outumuro y Cristóbal Balenciaga Fotografías de Manuel Outumuro sobre obras de Cristóbal Balenciaga. Colección de la Fundación Cristóbal Balenciaga Museoa Fundazioa (Getaria). Esta exposición muestra 60 fotografías realizadas por el reconocido fotógrafo de moda Manuel Outumuro a m...
Breve historia de la falda de tul Si para la calle el tutú moderno es idea de la estilista de Sexo en Nueva York, para la historia es mérito del coreógrafo George Balanchine y su modista. Aquí van algunos apuntes históricos sobre una prenda que esta temporada se reinterpreta en mú...


Ballet Barcelona - Carolina de Pedro Pascual

Uso de cookies

Este sitio web utiliza cookies y Google Analitycs para que usted tenga la mejor experiencia de usuario. Si continúa navegando está dando su consentimiento para la aceptación de las mencionadas, y de nuestra política de cookies, privacidad y RGPD ACEPTAR

Aviso de cookies