This week's Passports collection celebrates a decidedly female art form: the classic ballerina and the dazzling array of tutu-inspired fashion.
The Museum at FIT’s “Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse” exhibit (open through April 18th) presents a most beautiful collection of haute couture inspired by Giselle and Swan Lake. Colors emblematic of ballerinas, such as ballet pink as well as hues popularized by specific ballets such as “Sleeping” blue and lilac from Sleeping Beauty found their way into couturier’s collections over the years, and now into this week’s Passports collection.
Consider ballet-inspired materials such as the tulle you’ll find in our window display and hand-tied bouquets this week as the artful accents to transport you to a world filled with ballerina-inspired couture gowns and voluminous skirts. And as a fashion bonus? The tulle is textile material donated by FabScrap, a textile recycling nonprofit that recovers fabrics from high-end designers in New York City as a sustainable alternative to destruction and discard in landfill.
We're celebrating Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse in sustainable style this week with ballet pink and peach ranunculus and garden roses, lilac.
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I bought these for my wife for Valentine’s Day and not only were they beautiful, they lasted for 6 days before they started to wilt