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Zara dances into new collaboration with New York City Ballet

Fashion retailer, Zara has revealed a new collaboration for spring/summer 2022 with the prestigious New York City Ballet.

The retailer worked with Italian born artist, Vanessa Beecroft, as the creative director of the collection, reported The Industry.Fashion.

It is based on ethereal forms made out of tulles and silks, with the collection being designed for both dancers and non dancers.

Items in the range include tulle dresses, bodysuits, ruffled tops and shorts, plus knitted sweaters, alpaca leggings, a strapless jumpsuit and a pair of ballerina flats in nude and black.

The partnership is the latest in a series of collaborations with fashion photographers, art directors, filmmakers and stylists by Zara.

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