Dior is Streaming a Triad of Dance Lessons in Lockdown 

Dior is Streaming a Triad of Dance Lessons in Lockdown 

Dior is Streaming a Triad of Dance Lessons in Lockdown 

Dior and the Dance. 

Dior and the Dance. 

Text: Rachel Fried

Knock the rote of lockdown with attementsronds de jambs, and relevés. The House of Dior, a longtime purveyor of lux escapism and tulled fantasies, is now streaming virtual dance lessons to offer you that same respite from home 

You’ll be courted through a three-part series, led by Germain Louvet, a principal dancer of the Paris Opera Ballet, Sébastien Bertaud, a Paris Opera Ballet choreographer, and Eleonora Abbagnato, a Paris Opera Ballet principal dancer and director of the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma ballet company. Needless to saypliés and pirouettes should seem second nature by the series end.  

Christian Dior, who famously costumed the Roland Petit ballet ‘Treize Danses’, outwardly treasured the lyrical disciplines and pockets of escape tacit to dance – weaving it seamlessly into the sartorial lexicon of his designs. Monsieur Dior started his company after the second world war to offer people happiness and beauty,” Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s creative director, told Vogue last month. “Normally after a war people want escapism.  

While the war on coronavirus isn’t yet over, Dior’s masterclasses offer salve. Enjoy them here. 

 

 

 

 

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