Fashion at Center Stage – WSJ

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George Balanchine, who in 1948 founded the New York City Ballet, memorably suggested that if audiences didn’t care for the dancing he offered, they could close their eyes and listen to the music. Nowadays, Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins might suggest that if audiences don’t care for the choreography crafted for NYCB’s Fall Fashion Gala, now in its sixth year, they could pick up their opera glasses and study the costuming instead.

Source : WSJ

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