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Léon Bakst - Ballets Russes - Costume - Femme Syrienne - Cléopâtre - 1909

Costumes of the Ballets RussesWearable ArtMarie-Therese Wisniowski

Fancy dress Costume, by Leon Baskt, 1919. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

yeoldefashion: “ A 1919 fancy dress costume by legendary Ballets Russes costume designer Léon Bakst.

¤ Costume for 'Chiarina' (1910). Designer: Leon Bakst.

Costumes of the Ballets RussesWearable ArtMarie-Therese Wisniowski

Natalia Goncharova, Costume for a squid,  c 1916 from Sadko, Ballet Russe.

Ballet Russe Natalia Goncharova, Costume for a squid, c 1916 from Sadko, Ballet Russe.

Ballets Russes | Behind 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

Costumes for Le Train Bleu, designed by Coco Chanel, 1924 Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Costume for a 'Gigolo' in Nijinska's ballet Le Train bleu - 1924 - Diaghilev Ballet - Design by Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel - Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London

Léon Bakst, Costume for a Nymph from "Narcissus," 1911, painted cotton, V&A, London Photo © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ten costumes from the National Gallery’s ‘Ballets Russes’ that wouldn’t look out of place at Urban Outfitters

File Name: Léon Bakst Costume for a Nymph from Narcissus, 1911 painted cotton overall: 174 x 127 x 44 cm x 50 x 17 in.) V, London Photo © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ensemble;Date: 19th century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, cotton or linen

Russian sarafan century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, cotton or linen Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 41 in. cm) (b) Length at CB: 17 in.

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