YSMF Style: Beige

What’s better to wear on a Celia Kritharioti fashion show than Celia Kritharioti?
This beige dress fits just perfectly and it is the ideal canvas for bold accessories. Pearl embroidered grosgrain earrings by Johanna Daniil. Fluffy sequinned pumps Rochas. 
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Celia Kritharioti Couture

Celia Kritharioti is one of the few couture houses in Greece, if not the only one. The precious beaded evening gowns and elaborated wedding dresses of the designer we know already. What I enjoyed most at her fashion presentation, that I attended a couple of days earlier than last night’s official press day, was the 40s silhouette and the full skirts, alongs with the stretch knitted bodycon dresses and the lush blue and green velvet.



last but not least, a feature entirely dedicated to Juliet (dancer Maria Kousouni Fika), from Romeo & Juliet ballet we attended with Christos Alexandropoulos, and a closer look to her costumes- delicate and fragile as Juliet would be.


Romeo & Juliet – The Costumes

Backstage at the rehearsal of “Romeo & Juliet” ballet the other day, me and Christos had the chance to take a close look at the costumes, all made by Celia Kritharioti and her brother Nikos. And if you like these, wait until you see the costumes of the prima ballerina that played Juliet.


The ballet

A few days ago together with Christos Alexandropoulos we went over the Athens Concert Hall for a very good reason: To have a sneak peak at the first rehearsal of Romeo & Juliet ballet, the masterpiece of Sergei Prokofiev and the latest production of the National Opera, choreographed by Renato Zanella.

This is the first post, with a small backstage video from the rehearsal, just to tease you for what is to follow soon: backstage photos of the dancers and the costumes designed by Celia Kritharioti.

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The most wonderful tale of eternal love based on the Shakespearean tragedy,Romeo and Juliet has been a source of inspiration for a large number of choreographers and dancers over the years. This major literature-based ballet will be Renato Zanella’s first piece specifically crafted for the Greek National Opera’s Corps de Ballet. “I was waiting for the day that I’d be commissioned to do this piece. I know how important it is to have this major ballet in the Greek National Opera’s repertoire. The personality and talent of the dancers in the G.N.O’s Corps de Ballet inspired me to take this decision”, he commented.