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A collaboration between belgium designer Tim Van Steenbergen and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker for her dance work D’un soir un jour...

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so beautiful I love light wrap sweaters and tights/leggings, and beautiful tulle for skirts and dresses. I'm a figure skater so I can certainly appreciate it!

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nice thread but its the off-duty dancers that i think look cool. i was thinking about that because of a photo on the sartorialist
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How is it possible that I have missed this wonderful thread? So much beauty here

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I feel the same way...I love this look and there are some great, inspiring pictures here. Thanks everyone!

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In a way this is dancer-ish



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ahhhh i've been eyeing that dress for eons, but they only have xsmall in the cranberry, not black :-( i want that dress so bad

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Anna Molinari,italian designer, I was so happy she did 2005 fashion show all ballerina inspired and this year I guess something ballerina inspired too.:p I love ballet!
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Dance styles can be very beautiful. I commented in the past that traditional ballerina slippers would make for beautiful shoes. But someone else commented that they can hurt after a while because those ballerina slippers are for dancing only. We have some flats nowadays that look lovely on ladies' feet. It would be interesting to take some of those flats and maybe make that ribbon design for their feet much like the lady on the right in the left picture in this post: ( http://www.thefashionspot.com/forums/465747-post11.html ). This all makes for some wonderful style. Problem is, some of this stuff could be pretty expensive. I'd certainly love to see dresses and such all inspired to make less-expensive fashion to adorn women with.

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Brilliant topic utopia! I love ballet and dance inspired styles so much. I love the looks you posted

A few from Costello Tagliapietra...I felt like most of the collection was dance inspired...so elegant.
the first one is lovely how can I pronounce designer's name


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Isn't American Apparel's whole leggings/tights/leotard all dance inspired?

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I think those leggings you're talking about was part of a revival that should have never happened- the 80s. Everyone was all "oh, I loved wearing these when I was growing up" stuff. Most of you know how I feel about the 80s, so I'll go no further. But, this stuff was focused on the 80s for what I know.

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