Laura Biagiotti dresses
Rome’s Opera House Corps de Ballet
directed by Eleonora Abbagnato in Baroque Suite..

Laura Biagiotti outfits, created for the Corps de Ballet of the Opera House in Rome directed by Eleonora Abbagnato in the Baroque Suite, refer to the drapery of the Roman statues and the lightness of Fuksas’ architecture of the Rome Convention Center which is hosting the performance. The show will be staged on Saturday January 9th and on Saturday 16th at 8.00 pm live on the YouTube channel of the Opera House of Rome. (link).

Past, present and future dance graciously reflecting themselves in the luminous flashes and fluid forms with draperies and torchon. Lightweight silk fabrics in shades of powder pink, with applications of golden micro studs and flashes, reproduce the iconic braid pattern by Laura Biagiotti. The braid itself represents a sense of infinity that beauty of fashion, dance and art interpret perfectly.

The pas de deux dancers wear a one-shoulder dress in powder pink silk georgette with a torchon-patterned shoulder strap and a wide skirt with gold micro studs. The four main solo dancers appear with a jersey and georgette dress in powder pink silk with a full circle skirt and laser-cut mirrors that reproduce the braid motif. The seven dancers of the corps de ballet wear the silk georgette dress cut on the bias with a deep neckline, wide skirt and corset with golden micro-studs. The male dancers wear t-shirts and jersey pants.

The collaboration between Biagiotti Group and the Opera House in Rome is willing to represent once again a sign of rebirth in beauty.

“It is a privilege to be able to once again collaborate with the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and with its director, Eleonora Abbagnato. Ours is an affinity that comes from our passion for beauty and love for Rome: Laura Biagiotti clothes created exclusively for Baroque Suites tell a story of lightness and dazzling gleams that blend together with the scene, the lights, and the extraordinary architecture of Fuksas’ La Nuvola. Music, dance, and fashion create new connections and new formats of art and culture.” Lavinia Biagiotti