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  • Chelsea O'Herron

    this is a very interesting tutu, it has been made in the same way as an elizabethan collar (which was normally made from lace) i would love to see how this worked when the dancer was actually dancing! ...oooooh.

  • Katie Hurley

    silhouette

  • Julia Churchill

    Very Swan Lake

  • Lila Antone

    Black swan!

  • Julie Miller / Creative Shift Studio

    In 1994 Vanessa Leyonhjelm embodied the 90s deconstructionist movement by creating a convention-bending line of costumes for The Australian Ballet’s Divergence. Tutus were made out of the mesh from air-conditioning ducts and were sent to an automotive painter to stain them black.

  • Deena Millett

    Platter Tutu: A tutu with a flat top that sticks straight out from the ballerina's waistline. This beauty looks to be made of starched and pleated organza, similar to the ruffs worn about the neck during Elizabethan times.

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