Odile, a.k.a. the Black Swan (from Swan Lake) -- Daughter of Rothbart (see above) who magically impersonates Odette to trick her sweetheart Siegfried into breaking his vow of love. You’ll need: Black headpiece; black tutu; a bad attitude Potential confusion: ”No, I’m not Natalie Portman”
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Costume designed by Leon Bakst for Anna Pavlova in Swan Lake. Anna Pavlova’s Swan Lake ballet dress. This white net tutu sewn with sequins and trimmed with goose feathers was worn by Pavlova in her most famous role. First performed in 1907 The Swan was ‘a landmark in ballet history’. Its innovation lay in the way Pavlova and her choreographer, Michel Fokine, created a mood of deep emotion. The intensity of The Swan, also known as The Dying Swan, made it a great favour...