behind the curtain at the new york city ballet, henry leutwyler
“this is the secret,” says photographer henry leutwyler. “to completely blend in, to become invisible.” leutwyler spent last winter capturing backstage images in the new york city ballet’s rehearsal studios. more images here.
ANYWAY, in comes Sarah Burton—like a Fashion Week Messiah—offering up an abundance of good taste to go around for all to enjoy. Sleek colors, inspired tailoring and a variety of luminous fabrics—everything from white linen suits to silk jackets embroidered with metallic dragonflies—brought to mind the sort of Royal Tenenbaum flair that only those of the British heritage can achieve.
Vogue says: ‘Gustav Klimt, Oscar Wilde and the film version of Death in Venice.’I say the collection was inspired by sheer hallowed imagination.