Wes Gordon of Carolina Herrera will create the New York City Ballet’s costumes

by | Jun 14, 2023 | DESIGNER AND LUXURY, FASHION | 0 comments

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In the upcoming autumn season, Wes Gordon will create costumes for the New York City Ballet on behalf of the Carolina Herrera line.

Only Gordon is a participating fashion designer at this year’s fall gala, which also serves as the beginning of City Ballet’s 75th anniversary season.

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Previous NYCB fall galas emphasized the debut of new works by up-and-coming choreographers and costumes by significant fashion designers. This year’s event will instead include two pieces that are fundamental to City Ballet’s history in light of the company’s momentous anniversary.

Gordon will then design new costumes for Balanchine’s “Who Cares?” from 1970. The George Gershwin-composed work was intended to be a jazzy, hell-of-a-town ode to the vibrant energy of New York City. For its fall gala, City Ballet will perform scenes from the work with 10 dancers wearing fresh costumes created by Gordon.

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In the upcoming autumn season, Wes Gordon will create costumes for the New York City Ballet on behalf of the Carolina Herrera line.

Only Gordon is a participating fashion designer at this year’s fall gala, which also serves as the beginning of City Ballet’s 75th anniversary season.

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Previous NYCB fall galas emphasized the debut of new works by up-and-coming choreographers and costumes by significant fashion designers. This year’s event will instead include two pieces that are fundamental to City Ballet’s history in light of the company’s momentous anniversary.

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