Black Tights (1961)
It was reported that the mommy-to-be was perusing the racks at Topshop, searching for clothes for her growing figure — and now we know what she scooped up during her recent shopping trip at the retalier! Kate Middleton stepped out on Mar. 19 fora visit to the Child Bereavement Centre offices in Saunderton where the royal rewearer opted to debut a brand new dress — and although she’s pregnant we have yet to see her show off maternity clothes! Instead, her latest pregnant look was a flattering, black shift dress from Topshop with a contrasting white Peter Pan collar — and you can get her Exact look right here for under $100!
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Kate Middleton has yet to debut a new maternity wardrobe. Instead, the practical Duchess continues her reign as the royal recycler, showing off look after look from before she was pregnant — and the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Mar. 17 was no exception! Kate looked festive in a green coat when she visited the Aldershot Barracks in Aldershot, England with her husband, Prince William — and that wasn’t the first time we saw the Emilia Wickstead ensemble!
On St. Patrick’s Day in 2012, Kate fist debuted the coat for the festive occasion. While back in 2012 the svelte Duchess belted the green coat and really flaunted her thin frame,
When Roland Petit's Les Ballets des Champs Elysées opened its first London season in 1946, the company brought to the British dance scene an explosion of chic and excitement which had long been missing. Not only was the standard of male dancing from Petit and his fellow dancer Jean Babilée better than anything for many years, the enthusiasm of the young company was a contrast to the restrained correctness of the Sadler's Wells dancers. Les Forains, a piece about a troupe of strolling entertainers, distinguished by beautiful decors and costumes by Christian Bérard, was the triumph of what the critic Richard Buckle described as "an evening of wonderful surprises".
Petit, who has died from leukaemia aged 87, was capable of tailoring a role so that it perfectly reflected the abilities of the dancer on whom it was made, often
Charisse was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Monday after suffering an apparent heart attack, said her publicist, Gene Schwam.
It was her uncredited turn opposite Astaire in "Ziegfeld Follies" in 1946 that won her a seven-year contract with MGM. Her moves with Astaire in Vincent Minnelli's "Band Wagon" were often described as "heavenly."
One of the greatest female dancers in the heyday of the Hollywood musical, she starred in such big-screen extravaganzas as "Brigadoon" (1954) and as a young Vicki Carr in "The Silencers" (1966). While she strutted her considerable stuff on the screen, her singing was invariably dubbed.
Though she didn't often spend much time on the screen, her scenes made dramatic impact. Outfitted in the most splendid costumes, she wowed
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