Archive for the ‘Sightings’ Category

Sightings: Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s Waltz of the Flowers

Monday, November 4th, 2013

It is so fun to see what various companies do in presenting, The Nutcracker Ballet (and pretty fun to find they are wearing our tutus when doing it!).

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet   Photo: Rosalie O'Connor

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Photo: Rosalie O'Connor

In Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s Nutcracker, instead of the Land of the Sweets, Clara is brought to a beautiful turn-of-the-century carousel, complete with blinking light bulbs and vintage carousel animals.  We found this photo of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s “Flowers” wearing  Class Act Tutus posted in the Photo Essay: Nutcrackers Around the Nation Display Regional Flair from PBS.   Check Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s performance information on their website and get your tickets to see this lovely version of The Nutcracker Ballet.

These Waltz of the Flowers Tutus feature Class Act Tutu’s Scoop Neck Bodice with  a Color-Layered Romantic Tutu with Basque.  Embellishment by the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Costume Shop.

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Time Out Magazine

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Time Out Magazine

Sightings: The Ballerina Supremacy

Saturday, October 26th, 2013
The Ballerina Supremacy, Madison in Seattle Washington

The Ballerina Supremacy, Madison in Seattle Washington

Class Act Tutu had lots of fun this summer!  We got to dance around the Seattle area with Day Kol (Photographer, The Ballerina Supremacy).  Day is looking for ballet dancers in the Seattle area.  Head on over to The Ballerina Supremacy ’s Facebook page to message him if you are interested in collaborating.

The Ballerina Supremacy, in Seattle Washington with Madison

The Ballerina Supremacy, in Seattle Washington with Madison

The Ballerina Supremacy, Madison at The Evergreen State Fair

The Ballerina Supremacy, Madison at The Evergreen State Fair

Model:  Madison Abeo, student at Pacific Northwest Ballet

Styles shown:  “Pancake” Style Classical Tutu Skirt, White worn with (Top & Bottom Left Photos): Vala Dancewear’s Cross-Back Corset Leotard in “Lipstick” (Style #22003 – New style coming 2014) and (Bottom Right) Photo “Siren” Leotard in Steel (Style #22001-New color coming 2014).


Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Photo: Rosalie O’Connor. Ballet Academy East 2009 “our special waltz”, choreographed by Stacy Caddell.

Photo: Rosalie O’Connor Ballet Academy East 2009 “our special waltz”, choreographed by Stacy Caddell.

Check out this stunning photo featuring ABT professional division student, Hannah Marshall wearing our Romantic tutu skirt and sweetheart bodice in Ballet Pink!

The photo is featured in the article, “Like Mother, Like Daughter – When Ballet Careers Run in the Family” in the April/May 2012 issue of Pointe Magazine. Doesn’t she look amazing..?!

Sightings: Cirque du Soleil Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour

Friday, November 11th, 2011

We are so thrilled that one of our tutus is dancing with Cirque du Soleil.  Look for the black classical tutu skirt in “Dancing Machine”!

For more information and to purchase tickets visit the Cirque du Soleil Micahel Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour page.

Behind the Scenes with Lindsi Dec (Pointe Magazine Photo Shoot)

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

pointe_lindsi_decHere’s a fun “behind the scenes” look at Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist, Lindsi Dec’s photo shoot video with Pointe Magazine!

In the shoot, Lindsi is wearing two ensembles; the first is Class Act Tutu’s V Neck Tutu Bodice (in wine) and Classical Tutu skirt in Wine/Black

The other one (as featured on p 10 of Pointe) is Vala Dancewear’s “Siren” in one of the new fabrics/colors we are testing (consider this a sneak peek!!!), along with Class Act Tutu’s Layered Romantic Tutu in our 5-Layer “Bird of Paradise” palette.

If you want to own one of these georgeous tutus worn by Lindsi in the Pointe Photo shoot, they are in our Sample Sale!

Not your size?  No problem!  Just contact us.

PNB’s Lindsi Dec – Seizing Her Moment

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Photo by Nathan Sayers

Photo by Nathan Sayers

“Lindsi Dec steps out from the “Rubies” corps, lowering her arms slowly, a flash in her eyes. And then she bursts into action, her 5′ 9″ worth of angular beauty unfurling into head-high extensions. Darting and slinking through Balanchine’s hip-jutting steps, the Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist is having the time of her life. And so is the audience.” – Pointe Magazine

A huge “congratulations!” to Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist (and Vala Dancewear model), Lindsi Dec, the featured artist in the October/November issue of Pointe Magazine! Read all about Lindsi’s rise to fame here.

{PS: On page 10, Lindsi is modeling one of Class Act Tutu’s Layered Romantic Tutus. Don’t miss it!}

Sightings: Dancing with a Tesla!

Friday, May 27th, 2011

We just never know where our tutus might end up. Here is Sara Michell Murawski, Corps de Ballet,  Dresden Semperoper Ballet “partnering” with the Tesla Roadster Sport!

This was a Class Act Bell Style Tutu in Tangerine purchased from our Sale section.  Thank you, Sara.  We just love a creative use of a tutu!

{Sightings!} The Resurrection of Giselle…

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

As we first reported way back in September, Class Act Tutu received the HUGE honor of having our white romantic tutu skirt used in the photo shoot for Pacific Northwest Ballet’s upcoming production of Giselle.

Completely re-staged and based entirely on the original 1841 Stepanov notation, PNB’s Giselle resurrects the long forgotten subtleties and complexities of ballet’s greatest – and most beloved – tragedy.  We cannot wait to see it.

Here are some videos produced by Pacific Northwest Ballet including – what else? – our tutu skirt!  The first is all about the creation of the actual Giselle poster, while the second features actual footage from the photo shoot itself. Enjoy!  (PS: Amanda Clark – you look gorgeous!)

Ballet Austin: Building Birds – The Grand Finale`

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

birds …and now, Ladies and gentlemen! The moment we’ve all been waiting for!

Ballet Austin’s gorgeous birds of “The Magic Flute” are ready for their close-ups! :) Woohoo!

Don’t they look amazing?! We just love how everything came together so beautifully! {Love that swoopy finishing touch!} You can all about this fanciful feathered tale (sorry, couldn’t resist) here.

Thank you, Ballet Austin for the terrific shout-out! We are honored and thrilled to have played a small role in your production’s success. Thank you for the opportunity!

Ballet Austin: Building Birds – Part 5

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Photo courtesy of Ballet Austin

Photo courtesy of Ballet Austin

It’s almost time for the dancers of Ballet Austin to “shake their tail feathers”!

Check out the exciting fifth segment in their Building Birds series here. Don’t forget to check back next week when Wardrobe Assistant, Emily Cavasar unveils the finished product! :) {Oooh, it’s all so close we can hardly stand it! *Squeal*}