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{Black Swan}

Last weekend, I saw the new film Black Swan when it opened in theatres, and almost one week later I am still haunted. It’s deep, dark, and disturbing; a dichotomy of both the beautiful and tragic, set against the backdrop of the New York ballet world. This terrifying tour de force features gorgeous costumes designed by the talented sisters of Rodarte.

Rodarte’s original sketches on Stylecaster via WWD

Fashion is already seeing many feather and ballerina influences based on the film in both haute couture and ready to wear. White Swan vs. Black Swan Whistles Evangeline Feather Dress $603.40 and Tory Burch Ceres Dress $450

I have always loved the Dance Studio look as well.

1. Feather Yarn Neck Ring Scarf | 2. Merlin Ballet Flat | 3. Preen Wrap Shoulder Shrug | 4. Ballerina Jewelry Chest | 5. Boucle Leg Warmers | 6. Porcelain Swan Salt cellar | 7. Cashmere arm warmers | 8. Feather headband | 9. Off the shoulder stretch top | 10. Swarovski Swan Pendant

Loved finding these limited edition silkscreen posters on Empire, especially the one on the right. No information is available yet about where to buy these.

{Movie stills via Black Swan official site}

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  1. Alexa
    Posted December 10, 2010 at 3:10 pm | #

    I love it. Beautiful and intriguing. I love how Luster is keeping up with contemporary culture on an every day basis. Refreshing and updating all at once!

    • luster
      Posted December 10, 2010 at 3:13 pm | #

      Thank you!!! xoxoxo

  2. Posted December 9, 2010 at 6:58 am | #

    Am just dying to see the movie – not only for the wonderful Natalie Portman but also the fabulous Rodarte costumes! And love the Tory Burch – fun yet still elegant. Have been eyeing the posters for months – haven’t found where to buy them either!

    • luster
      Posted December 9, 2010 at 12:21 pm | #

      Natalie was incredible. I predict a Best Actress nod. The film is so visually stunning. Not for the faint of heart though. Can’t wait to hear what you think.

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