The French actress will appear in a new campaign for the iconic women’s fragrance due out later in 2020.
The French fashion house had planned to stage a repeat show of its Métiers d'Art collection in China in May.
MIAMI — George Balanchine’s “Firebird” has flown the coop. His compressed rendition of the ballet — the first with a Russian storyline that Michel Fokine originally choreographed for the Ballets Russes in the early 20th century with Igor Stravinsky’s score — hasn’t been performed outside the New York City Ballet since its debut in 1949. Why? No one is exactly sure — but the production’s priceless sets and costumes painted by Marc Chagall certainly weren’t going anywhere. Now, after all these years, Miami City Ballet has emancipated the iconic work through new sets and costumes. It premiered in Miami on Feb. 14 and travels to Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach through March 1. “It’s equitable to share masterpieces. That Mr. B’s ‘Firebird’ remained in one company is like if a museum hoarded all the Impressionists,” says Miami City Ballet artistic director Lourdes Lopez, a former NYCB principal who grew up within the work, having danced all of its female roles, from a cake bearer as a child (it was the first time she saw Mr. B on stage) to the lead. “I initially thought to digitally project Chagall’s art but never heard from his estate. So we came up with Plan B.” Since
Naomi Campbell opened the star-studded show, that included Erin O'Connor, Georgia May Jagger, Karen Elson, Winnie Harlow and Candice Swanepoel.
“Our point was really to encapsulate, incorporate femininity in the design aspect,” said Christian Selmoni, director of style and heritage.
The decision was made due to the uncertainties linked to the spread of the coronavirus and no additional information about the new location and date is available yet.
Where the VIPs dined and partied during the fair, officially open from Feb. 14 to 16.
The French retail giant is acquiring 30 Makro stores, marking its largest acquisition in Brazil since 2007.
She was both a formidable presence in the boardroom and a nurturing advisor to designers.
Designers Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey reworked the French fashion house’s vintage patterns in an energetic see-now-buy-now capsule collection.