Friday, April 15, 2011

Warlike instinct and ballerina

Photo credit: Bon Duke
Watch it here 
Phillip Glass did not have the image of Chloe’s ballerina-inspired silhouette when he wrote the score String Quartet No. 3 “Mishima”. He read Mishima (三島 由紀夫)’s books and biography and had photographs of the film set in front of him. At the feverish music’s crescendo, Mishima’s pen and sword join in the single path, a path of Seppuku pride.

The intensity and passion in Phillip Glass’s music transcends the film of a protagonist with warlike instincts, to the video of a ballerina with arabesque elegance, a ballerina in the feather like taupe chiffon.

A Chloe woman, portrayed by the strong and graceful moves of Janie Taylor, one of ballet's premier ballerina, can dream herself of being ageless and impeccably groomed. 


  1. Janie Taylor looks stunning in this Chloe collection and Justin Peck is a very good accessory here :D

  2. Wave: you must have lots of opportunities to see the beautiful performances in NYC! :)

  3. Beautiful collection- I LOVE those floaty skirts.


  4. I love the flow and the colour. Serene like ballet. Thanks for sharing the photos and drop by me too, soon.


  5. I love the motion of the ballet movements <3