The new classics: past inspired, fashion forward styles.
Natalia Makarova rehearsing Giselle (1972).
Black V-neck leotard and rehearsal tutu.
Choose a leotard with a plunging backline and opt for a tutu made of soft tulle and chiffon.
Leslie Browne in Turning Point (1977).
Gelsey Kirkland rehearsing Coppelia (1976).
Simple wrap sweater and plain pink skirt.
Try a leotard with velvet accents or two-toned skirt.
Martha Graham dancer Mary Hinkson (1961).
A scoop neck leotard and form-fitting long skirt.
Partner a pinch leotard with a shorter, free-flowing skirt.
Veronika Mlakar of the Chicago Opera Ballet (1959).
White leotard and alignment belt.
A hot pink belt Contrasts with the white leotard and adds flair.
A Luigi dancer in jazz class (1964).
Mock turtleneck with simple belt and white sneakers.
Throw a sequin belt over a shiny keyhole leotard and pair with a heeled jazz shoe.
John Kriza and Iona McKenzie rehearsing at a choreographer's workshop (1949).
White T-shirt and briefs over fishnets.
Keep the fishnets but pair a sporty tank with boy shorts.
Broadway dancer Lee Becker (1957).
A basic black camisole and wide-legged pants.
Try a camisole with interesting back detail, cropped gaucho pants, and a headband.
Modeled by DEVON TEUSCHER, CHRISTINE SHEVCHENKO, and MARY MILLS THOMAS of American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company.
Photography by ERIN BAIANO
Hair & Makeup by DAVID TIBOLLA Photography by ERIN BAIANO
Hair & Makeup by DAVID TIBOLLA
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