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Undated image of dancer Dagmar Helsing. Public domain image from Budapest #DanceFashion

Dancer and balletmaster Jean-Georges Noverre in jacket with leopard skin painted by Jean-Baptiste Perronneau, 1764. #dancefashion Via Louvre

Noritaka Tatehana Lady Pointe shoes (designed for Lady Gaga), 2012 The Museum at FIT Photograph courtesy of Noritaka Tatehana

Ballet dancer in arabesque. Color lithograph by Sylvia Green, 1943. Via @V_and_A #dancefashion

"Coquette" by Emile Eisman-Semenowsky, circa 1900. #dancefashion Public domain image.

Dancers, Seville, Spain, 1930 Photo by Martin Munkacsi

Dwana Adiaha Smallwood in "Cry" by Alvin Ailey Photo~ Andrew Eccles

Pennsylvania Ballet's Program - Serenade, Carmina Burana.....Principal Dancer Amy Aldridge Photo © & courtesy of Gabriel Bienczycki

Oscar de la Renta 2012.

Autumn/Winter 2012 | B A L L E R I N A Couture

J. Crew’s Fall cashmere collection modeled by Russian ballerinas from the Mariinsky and Yakobson Ballet School.

ballerina biker

Organza Ballet Slippers created by Linda Hutchins, commissioned by Portland’s Oregon Ballet. Linda Hutchins / Textile & Sculpture

Costume from "Le Dieu Bleu" (1912), designed by Leon Bakst.

Ruth St. Denis (January 20, 1879 – July 21, 1968) was an American modern dance pioneer, introducing eastern ideas into the art. She was the co-founder of the American Denishawn School of Dance and the teacher of several notable performers.

Ruth St. Denis, the ‘dancing’ goddess in saree

Actress and dancer Irene Castle Freman London, England 1923

Martha Graham performing at Mili's Studio, 1941

Isadora Duncan (1877-1927) was a dancer, considered by many to be the creator of modern dance. Duncan's fondness for flowing scarves was the cause of her death in an automobile accident in Nice, France, when she was a passenger in an Amilcar, and her silk scarf, draped around her neck, became entangled around the open-spoked wheels and rear axle, breaking her neck.

Public Domain Clip Art Photos and Images: Isadora Duncan dancing

Anna Pavlova and her pet swan Jack, 1905

Harriet Hoctor was a ballerina, dancer, actress and instructor from Hoosick Falls, New York. Composer George Gershwin composed a symphonic orchestral piece (Hoctor's Ballet) specifically for Hoctor in the film 'Shall We Dance' (1937).

"Portrait of Anita de la Ferie - The Spanish Dancer", 1900, by Giovanni Boldini (Italian, 1842-1931).

Isadora Duncan 1899. "dance like the sea". Marvelous.

Mikhail Baryshnikov & Twyla Tharp

klt: sketchbook : {Photos} Leap!

Dancer Jean Barry performing in the play 'Evergreen,' 1931. Photo by George Hoyningen-Huene.

George Hoyningen-Huene