New York City Ballet Fall Gala merging Music and High Fashion

 

NYCB Principal Dancer Tiler Peck, in Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
NYCB Principal Dancer Tiler Peck, in Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

 

The New York City Gala marks the City Ballets’ new season with a combination of art fashion as the costume design for the performances was from several big-fashion names presenting  a starting show. The event including Funérailles by Franz Liszt and choreography by Liam Scarlett and Clearing Dawn with music by Judd Greenstein and choreography by Troy Schumacher. NYCB board vice chair Sarah Jessica Parker seems keen to pursue the boundaries of fashion and costume art further collaborating with the likes of Carolina Herrera, Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton, Thom Browne, and Mary Katrantzou designing NYCB attire.

NYCB Dancer Claire Kretzschmar, in Thom Browne
NYCB Dancer Claire Kretzschmar, in Thom Browne
NYCB Principal Dancer Maria Kowroski, in Carolina Herrera
NYCB Principal Dancer Maria Kowroski, in Carolina Herrera
NYCB Soloist Lauren Lovette, in Mary Katrantzou
NYCB Soloist Lauren Lovette, in Mary Katrantzou

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