Airy and flowy, we designed The Misty while having the nostalgic woman in mind, someone who’s dreaming about a time that’s well passed, when entertainment was not dry humping in clubs, but a much more elegant and organised form of group dancing. While we can’t bring back those times, we tried to fill the void with a dress that’s safely wearable today to any formal (or not) gathering. Lost the corset though & replaced it with a wrap closing system, so it fits & flatters all body types.
Psst, wanna know who Misty is?
What happens after you’re named the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater? You take flight as the lead in Swan Lake, you launch a clothing line for dancers of all body types, you create a Barbie cut from your curves. “We should allow the ballerina to evolve as our view of what an athlete is, what an artist is, and what beauty is evolves,” says Misty. “Not everyone should have to look the same.”