Ever seen Phantom of the Opera on Broadway or on film? If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. I think we first saw it when we were kids. It’s a pretty spooky story about a tortured hipster that dwells beneath the Paris Opera House. When new management comes in, things start getting a little crazy. What unfolds is a tale of murder, chandeliers, love and toy monkeys! The heroine of the story is the talented Christine Daae who rises from chorus girl to Prima Donna. Orphaned as a young girl, she grew up in the opera as a ballerina. Anyway, just netflix it, it’s good.
1. Off-Duty Ballerina
Dress by Chloe, coat by Michael Kors, shoes by Valentino
Dress by Alexander McQueen, let’s just say the shoes are Rodarte for good measure
3. Music of the Night
Dress by Lanvin, shoes by Yves Saint Laurent
All images from Vogue UK.
Following up to yesterday’s post on Odette, let’s look at her evil twin, Odile. As mentioned yesterday, Odile is the daughter of Von Rothbart. Upon finding that his hold over Odette might be broken by the faithful love of the prince, Von Rothbart disguises Odile as Odette to ensure that his curse won’t be broken. She appears at the ball and they trick the prince and he declares his love for Odile instead of Odette. Too bad so sad. By the time the prince figures out the jig, it’s too late and he has cursed Odette to be a swan forever. Sad Trombone. In the ballet, Odile appears as a Black Swan.
1. Daddddd, WTF is going onnnn?
Dress by Zac Posen, shoes by Prabal Gurung
2. Who is this guy? Like, what am I doing?
Dress by Alexander McQueen, tights and shoes by Balmain
3. Meh, he’s rich, I’ll hang out.
Dress by Nina Ricci, shoes by Haider Ackermann
All images from Vogue UK.
I know I posted Titania quite recently, but Spring is so much more appropriate for this bitch. As any American high school student knows, Titania was the fairy queen from Will Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The play focuses on four Athenians wandering the forest and in true Shakespeare style is riddled with mistaken identities and humor. Titania is battling her husband Oberon over a foundling child and she falls victim to a few of Oberon’s tricks. Long story short, everybody ends up happy. She’d be way happier if she dressed like this though, right?
1. I’m the Queen of the fairies, Bitch.
Dress by Christian Dior, shoes by Mary Katrantzou
2. Who are these damn Athenians?
Dress by Alexander Mcqueen, shoes by Chanel
3. Oberon is my boo
Dress by Dolce & Gabbana, shoes by Erdem
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All images from Vogue.