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Costume Prince M0044 for ballet Cinderella. This costume was created for the role of Prince in "Cinderella" ballet, but can also be used for many other male roles. Professional ballet jacket is created of semi-stretched velvet, the imitation of vest is made of satin on the matte side. We can discuss with you any changes in the costume style. To discuss all details of your order, please contact our manager.
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Prince M0044
Costume Soloist M0001 for ballet Chopiniana. The tunic perfectly suits for the “Chopeniana” ballet.This tunic is made in the form of a black shirt with white wide sleeves and a turndown collar We can discuss with you any changes in the costume style. To discuss all details of your order, please contact our manager.
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Soloist M0001

High-Tech Ballet Shoes Hypnotically Trace The Physical Movement Of Dancers' Feet

Trying to keep your eye on a dancer's ballet shoe is not unlike attempting to follow a hockey puck as it glides between packed bodies on ice. A ballerina kicks and twirls, pirouettes and arabesques, throwing his or her body into a flurry of motions guided by the precise movements of carefully trained feet. Those feet meet floor and space in graceful yet chaotic ways, moving from one edge of the stage to another in hypnotic patterns that pull the eye along with them. Designer and amateur dancer Lesia Trubat has a true appreciations for this frenzied action of dancers. Her past projects have sought to illuminate the movements of ballet, transforming the fleeting image of a physical dancer into a whole new visual language (think two-dimensional reliefs that turn the drag of a pointed toe into alphabet-like artworks). More recently, Trubat has taken this fascination with footwork into the digital realm. Introducing "E-Traces":

 

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