The explaining the ballet trend in fashion (balletcore)

The explaining the ballet trend in fashion (balletcore)
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Hello my beautiful sons my name is mina    and welcome back to my channel. Welcome  if this is your first time today we’re    going to be talking about. Ballerina    fashion and ballet core which have been    slowly gaining popularity over. The past    year or so i would say a couple of    articles have predicted that the whole    ballerina aesthetic is going. To be one    of 2022’s biggest trends so we’ll see in    this video i’ll be talking about the    history of ballet fashion the  .  Inspirations the elements of the    aesthetic and the social criticisms and    themes. That are kind of    pulled into it    so ballet core is an interesting    aesthetic. Category because throughout    the 20th century ballet has been a huge    inspiration in fashion and vice versa  .

Dates

  Ballet first emerged as an elite form of    art in  early 1900s or really  1930s well i guess. If you want to get    technical it was an aristocratic art    form that dates. Back to italian    renaissance courts in  15th century    dance historian jennifer homans told .npr    that ballet’s aristocratic roots can    even be seen today if you have a    reverence a bow    which is still performed today in    classical ballet    both in dances but also at end of    most dance classes    that’s same bow that you would see    in a painting    of courtyears leaving    their king and how far they bow how deep    they go was a sign of respect for for    monarch or for person they were    addressing louis xiv of france     coded  dance into an artistic    institution when he opened academy    royale de dons in 1661 with aim of    training professional dancers to    entertain his court ballet was    historically a male-dominated art as .

Male

 Well with men playing both female and    male character roles on  stage ballet  didn’t. Become associated with femininity    till around 1830s and there’s a .   Couple reasons for why that happened    eliana karthus writes that    privatization of. Ballet sexual    commodification of dancers an    increasingly male audience.  Feminization of ballet homan’s also    adds that the french revolution brewed    this like hostile attitude towards .Aristocratic art forms including opera and men performing in these    elite art forms were gradually. Becoming    more unpopular in eyes of society    ballet’s gender separation grew so    severe by end of 19th century .

 


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