Miami City Ballet's Fashion Style
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Belted dress, Donna Karan ($2,280). Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.; saks.com. Flower scarf, Valentino ($695). Saks Fifth Avenue, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.; saks.com. Ballet slippers, dancer’s own
This season, the acclaimed Miami City Ballet celebrates its 25th anniversary with an extraordinary quartet of programs. Debuting this month, the lineup features a major company premiere in each of the four shows, including Jerome Robbins’ witty and delightful Fanfare, set to a score by Benjamin Britten, and John Cranko’s masterful full-evening version of Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet. Happily, this year also sees the return of live music with the Opus One Orchestra conducted by Gary Sheldon. As founding artistic director Edward Villella notes, “That we are thriving and celebrating our 25th anniversary season with the return of live music is a win-win situation for our dancers, musicians and audience.” Certainly, South Florida will have a reason to kick up its heels this winter.
Jennifer Carlynn Kronenberg
White tweed gown with floral embroidery, Pamella Roland ($5,335). Neiman Marcus, Village of Merrick Park, 350 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables; neimanmarcus.com. Necklace and sleeves, stylist’s own. Ballet slippers, dancer’s own
Carlos Miguel Guerra
ON HIM: Cummerbund, Stefano Ricci ($650). Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.; neimanmarcus.com. Ballet slippers and tights, dancer’s own. ON HER: Costume, ballet’s own. Pearl drop bracelet, Ann Taylor ($68). Village of Merrick Park, 350 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables; anntaylor.com. Lace heels, Valentino Garavani by Philip Treacy ($4,700). Neiman Marcus, see above
Styling by ANGELA KELLEY
Makeup and hair: J.Patrick for Ford Artists using Dior cosmetics
Photographer’s producer: Marce Gaviria
Miami City Ballet costume department: Ricardo “Pico” Asturias
Photographer’s assistants: Ricky Louis and Fernando Troncoso
Stylist’s assistant: Lillian Banderas for Ford Artists
Makeup and hair artist assistant: Cynthia Dalagelis
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