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original costume from Diaghilev's Ballets Russes c.1920s
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Vaslav Nijinsky in costume designed for the Ballets Russes production Le Dieu Bleu by Leon Bakst, c. 1912)

Vaslav Nijinsky

Vaslav Nijinsky (1889 – 1950) was born in Kiev and trained at the Imperial Ballet School. He caused a sensation from his first public performance at the Maryinsky Theatre in St Petersburg in 1907.

Jane nicolas's stumpwork version of the Ballet Russe costume and an inspiration for me for the very important embroidery on the stumpwork robe.

Jane nicolas's stumpwork version of the Ballet Russe costume and an inspiration for me for the very important embroidery on the stumpwork robe.

Ballet Russe dancers Tamara Karsavina & Adolph Bolm in 'Firebird' at Covent Garden Theater, London - 1911.

Alicia Markova in Rouge et Noir, 1939. Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo

Alicia Markova in Rouge et Noir, 1939. Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo

Giorgio di Chirico suits designed for the Ballets Russes
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de Chirico suits

Amazing suits designed by Giorgio de Chirico for Ballet Russes via weird friends via Applejacks/V&A Museum.

Tamara Karsavina  1885 - 1978  Mariinsky Ballet, Ballets Russes
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Tamara Karsavina 1885 - 1978 Mariinsky Ballet, Ballets Russes

Vasla Nijinsky in costume designed by Léon Bakst for the Ballets Russes production of Le Spectre de la Rose, ca. 1911.
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Vasla Nijinsky in costume designed by Léon Bakst for the Ballets Russes production of Le Spectre de la Rose, ca. 1911.

Nijinsky

Nijinsky

Elegance in exile | Behind Ballet
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Elegance in exile | The Australian Ballet

Elegance in Exile: Between fashion and costume, Diaghilev’s time is housed in The Museum and Study Centre of the History of Fabrics and Costume at Palazzo

Lubov Tchernicheva in the costume designed by Sonia Delaunay for the 1918 Ballets Russes production of Cléopâtre (originally known Une Nuit d’Egypte, 1908).

Ivy Abroad

So it’s no spoiler by now to say that Ivy ends up having to go to Egypt with Alexia, in Timeless. I thought you might like to see some of the inspirational costume pieces behind some of her (and Tunstell’s) travel and stage outfits . . . Ballets Russes Cléopâtre costume ca. 1918 via The […]

Ballet dancers from the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo rehearsing the Nutcracker in 1940.

Ballet dancers 1940s

Ballet dancers from the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo rehearsing the Nutcracker in 1940. Source and copyright: This work is in the public domain in that it was published in the United States between …

Fredric Franklin and Alexandra Danilova of the Ballet Russes captured by photographer Irving Penn

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Portrait of an unidentified female dancer backstage, Ballets Russes Australian tour, ca. 1938 / The Geoffrey Ingram Collection.

Portrait of an unidentified female dancer backstage, Ballets Russes Australian tour, ca. 1938 [picture].

Sawyer, Raymond G.: Tamara Tchinarova in 'Thamar', Ballets Russes, c. 1939

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