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January 11, 2017 AT 11:00 am

Interwoven’s Fiber Optic Tutu for the Brooklyn Ballet #WearableWednesday

How beautiful is this tutu! From Interwoven Design Group:

Inspired by the combination of nature and technology, the costumes for the Waltz of the Flowers performed by the Brooklyn Ballet in their production of the Brooklyn Nutcracker, unfurl like a secret garden. The tutu’s combine a traditional ballet silhouette with lights and are constructed with fiber optics sewn onto layers of hand dyed fabrics.

Read more on getinterwoven.com and see more from Interwoven Design Group on vimeo


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