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Incantesimi. I costumi del Teatro alla Scala dagli anni Trenta a oggi in mostra a Palazzo Reale

Incantesimi. I costumi del Teatro alla Scala dagli anni Trenta a oggi in mostra a Palazzo Reale

Theatre costume        Date:        1980 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Stennett, Michael (Costume designer)      Materials and Techniques:        [Theatre costume] Velvet, gold satin, gold brocade, fur fabric, gold cord, gold braid, glass jewels, chain, gold beads, imitation pearls.      [Theatre costume] Velvet, cotton, synthetic fabric, gold cord and gold lamé      Credit Line:        Given by the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden      Museum number:        S.80:1 to 2-2003

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I like the badass heaviness of this costume and its general feel matches the aesthetic I'm going for, epecially in the sleeves. Costume for Alfonso d’Este in Donizetti’s opera Lucrezia Borgia, for the Royal Opera in 1980 ~ design by Michael Stennet

Don Giovanni at LA Phil: Rodarte Costumes, Frank Gehry Set Design (Photos) - The Daily Beast

Don Giovanni at LA Phil: Rodarte Costumes, Frank Gehry Set Design (Photos)

Beaton designed this costume for Birgit Nilsson in the 1961 Metropolitan Opera production of Turandot.

Cecil Beaton: The New York Years; The Radical Camera: New York's Photo League, 1936-1951 – review

Cecil Beaton: the blood-red costume worn by Birgit Nilsson as the homicidal Chinese princess in his production of Puccini's Turandot

Fairy costume worn by Patricia Ruanne in the London Festival Ballet production of Béla Bartók's ballet "The Wooden Prince."  (1981)  Designed by Philip Prowse.  Materials: Lamé, Lurex, cotton, satin, plastic, sequins and gold braid.

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Costume for the Fairy in Béla Bartók's ballet The Wooden Prince, choreographed by Geoffrey Cauley, London Festival Ballet, London Coliseum, Museum Number to

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