Monday, May 16, 2011

Fashion Designers Sketch Opera Costumes for Charity

Christian Siriano - Turandot
"Miuccia Prada for Atilla. Thierry Mugler for Lady Gaga. Rodarte for Black Swan. It seems that high-end fashion designers are expanding far beyond their runways these days. So it was only befitting when the 6th Annual Divas Shop for Opera event, a charity designated to benefit the design of New York City Opera costumes, asked various designers to create sketches inspired by their favorite operas. Narciso Rodriguez, Peter Som and Carolina Herrera were among those who created one-of-a-kind drawings that will be auctioned off at the event." [Source]

View seven more designs after the jump. Learn more about the benefit for New York City Opera by clicking here.




Nanette Lepore - Die Zauberflöte

Erin Fetherston - Les Pêcheurs de Perles

Carolina Herrera - Der Rosenkavalier

Narcisco Rodriguez - Madama Butterfly

Angel Sanchez - Carmen

Richard Chai - Tosca

Peter Som - Un Ballo in Maschera

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