Tuesday, January 29, 2013

What have pooled Tamara Rojo and Vivienne Westwood?


Having created the Sex Pistols feat not at least roll your style and punk, however much the punks think their style is anti-style. Being the artistic director of National Ballet Inglés is not trivial and is compatriot and Tamara Rojo in the post. How I love when talented people joining forces in a creative (not cloned!).


Vivienne Westwood has given his creations for the 2013 campaign of national ballet and I celebrate it. Nobody better than Vivianne Westwood, yes, the wedding dress Carrie failed to shape tutus and dramatic volumes.


Tamara describes best what it has meant for this collaboration:

"Her designs capture the creativity and ambition of our dancers who, in turn, add drama and movement to the clothes."

Nice going life, for being able to use the clothes of Vivienne clothes that capture the creativity and ambition of its dancers.

The campaign created by the agency Beautiful Meme was photographed by Guy Farrow. Too bad it was not Eugenio Recuenco, not everything could be perfect.

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