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Dance and Fashion Exhibit at the FIT – Photos of Dance Costumes FIT Exhibition

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Costumes by Tara Subkoff for Underland, 2011, choreography by Stephen Petronio, Stephen Petronio Company.

While “Dance & Fashion” takes care to include artifacts from an array of dance disciplines, its stars are historic relics from the world of ballet. Among them are Karinska costumes from ballet’s gilded era in Imperial Russia and mementos from the age of the traveling Ballet Russes—whose delicate costume from 1910’s Schéhérazade are also on display.

Evening dress in cream silk satin, tulle, and chiffon, 1830, Russia.

Dance history buffs will also be pleased to see that items once worn by revered principals of the past (Anna Pavlova, Mikhail Baryshnikov) and the future (New York City Ballet’s rising star and soloist, Lauren Lovette, who also appears in promotional material for the exhibit), have been included. In fact, much of the exhibit is on loan from City Ballet’s costume shop. It’s a testament to City Ballet founder and choreographer George Balanchine’s aesthetic transformation of the ballet: He’s responsible for today’s idealized vision of the slender, swan-like ballerina with a stiff tutu and the perpendicular posture to match.

Léon Bakst, young man’s costume from Schéhérazade, 1910, France.

Mark Happel, New York City Ballet’s current costume director, has left his own indelible mark on the ballet by establishing the company’s running collaboration program with modern fashion designers. In the exhibit, beside Happel’s creations for classic Balanchine repertoires like Jewels, stand his collaborative efforts with designers like Valentino and Prabal Gurung—created for new ballets by concurrent choreographers like Christopher Wheeldon and Benjamin Millepied. (A new crop of fashion collaborations will debut next week at City Ballet’s gala with work from Thom Browne, Sarah Burton, and Mary Katrantzou.)

Brittany Pollack and Taylor Stanley in ‘Capricious Maneuvers’, 2013.

“There is nothing like watching a ballerina suddenly go into a pirouette and [the designer] seeing their costume come to life,” Happel said of the appeal designers find in working with the ballet.

Maria Kowroski and Tyler Angle in ‘Symphony in C’, 2012.

Steele feels that visitors will connect with Happel’s work, as well as the exhibit’s other gems, considering that, “For many people, the image of the ballerina is so romantic and so beautiful. It’s kind of like a princess fantasy: the ballerina is an artist, an athlete, an icon. It’s really very striking how important that is for so many people.”

Lauren Lovette in costume by Iris van Herpen, for Benjamin Millepied’s ‘Neverwhere’, 2013, New York City Ballet.

Costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier for Façade, choreography for eleven dancers by Régine Chopinot, La Coursive, La Rochelle, 1993.

Capezio, Duro Toe pointe shoes, 1941.

Cristóbal Balenciaga, dress, silk taffeta and cut velvet, 1950, France.

Danskin, light purple knit leotard and navy jersey skirt, 1975-76, U.S.A.

Comme des Garçons, pearlized patent leather and elastic ballet flats, spring 2005.

Rick Owens, ensemble, spring 2014, lent by Rick Owens.

Halston, woman’s costume for Tangled Night, 1986, lent by Martha Graham Dance Company.

Valentino, woman’s costume for Sophisticated Lady, fall 2012, lent by New York City Ballet.

Valentino, woman’s costume for Bal de Couture, fall 2012, lent by New York City Ballet.

Prabal Gurung, woman’s costume for Capricious Maneuvers, fall 2013, lent by New York City Ballet.

Rodarte, woman’s costume for Two Hearts, spring 2012, lent by New York City Ballet.

Stella McCartney, man’s tattoo costume for Ocean’s Kingdom, fall 2011, lent by New York City Ballet.

Versace, man and woman’s costume for Herman Schmerman, 1992, lent by New York City Ballet.

Olivier Theyskens, woman’s costume for Spectral Evidence, fall 2013, lent by New York City Ballet.

Narciso Rodriguez, woman’s costume for Locomotor, 2014, lent by Stephen Petronio Company.

Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung, woman’s costume for Endlos from the Dancers Responding to AIDS benefit, 2013, lent by Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung.

Prada, ensemble, spring 2011 Canada Goose outlet sale , lent by Prada.

Elsa Schiaparelli, light blue evening gown with wired pintucks and interior colored ruffles at flared hem, mid-1930s, France.

Lacroix, cat suit inspired by Diaghilev dance costumes, 1990s, lent by Beverley Birks Collection.

Isaac Mizrahi , man and woman’s costume for Brief Fling, 1990, lent by American Ballet Theatre.

Norma Kamali, man and woman’s costume for In the Upper Room, 1988, lent by American Ballet Theatre.

Christian Dior haute couture evening dress, “Cygne Noir,” fall/winter, 1949-1950. Gift of Doris Hakim, 1974, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, U.S.A.

Dance and Fashion Exhibit at the FIT – Photos of Dance Costumes FIT Exhibition

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