“Something in my soul was rising, rising, ceaselessly, painfully, and refused to be still.”   – Fyodor Dostoyevsky, from Notes from Underground (Everyman’s Library, 2004)   Stuttgart Ballet Jason Reilly and Maria Eichwald.   Vienna State Ballet “Windspiele” – “Wind Games”   © Jack Devant   heart   Cincinnati Ballet Abigail Morwood and James […]

Art & Home: Lovely Lovely

Happy Wednesday, beautiful interiors and art to share today, enjoy. Romantic dressing room features a blue wall lined with an oval ruffled make up vanity topped with a Venetian folding vanity mirror paired with a chrome and terry cloth stool illuminated by a modern floor lamp. Patrick Cline French bedroom features a wallpapered accent wall […]

Sweet Feet

Carla Korbes, rehearsal, Swan Lake at Pacific Northwest Ballet. Photography by Lindsay Thomas. via:carlaswansong   First Position   Photo by Amber Hunt Photography   Bolshoi girls 2012 graduation performance, dégagé a la seconde     Isabelle Ciaravola’s foot.   Maria Khoreva on instagram     Carla Korbes, rehearsal, Swan Lake at Pacific Northwest Ballet. Photography by Lindsay Thomas. […]

Big Night!

I’m so excited for the Big Runway Show Tonight at the Q Theatre in Auckland, New Zealand. Trelise Cooper’s Stunning Spring Collections will be center stage in a magnificent setting that will leave all in awe!    


Maria Kochetkova and Joan Boada, “Voices of Spring” choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton, San Francisco Ballet at 2015 Dance Open Ballet Festival, Alexandrinsky Theatre (April 27, 2015) © Stas Levshin Find your passion. Nadja Said and Vladimir Malakhow in Le Parc. Photo: © Maria-Helena Buckley everything via:nisyan25 on fire via:missdanylevy “My whole life has been […]

Ballet Beautiful

Svetlana Zakharova, “Giselle” by Gene Schiavone Ballerina Ludmila Pagliero rehearsal of Notre Dame de Paris. – Photo by © Anne Denieau Mikhailovsky / Duato Diana Vishneva Svetlana Zakharova in The Dying Swan by: Jack Devant Ulyana by Mark Olich La Sylphide Daria Khokhlova by Jack Devant

The Grand Kremlin Palace

The magnificent Grand Kremlin Palace in 1870s. It was built from 1837 to 1849 and is the largest building in the Kremlin, costing almost 12 million rubles. “The Sovereigns, as well as the commoners, build houses in order to have a tranquil residence, pleasant, corresponding to their rank and conforming to the needs of their […]