The sharmbaa company prides itself on being forward-thinking and feminine. That’s why we are excited to shine a spotlight on the future of ballet. Recently, The School of Ballet held their annual Winter Ball in New York City to support dancers who will one day be the premiere dancers on the world scene. Manhattan’s elite, such as Chelsea Clinton, came together with the dance community to raise millions of dollar for the school and its ballerinas-in-training.
This impressive event deserves celebration, so we’re joining Vogue with a highlight on fashions that are fit for a ballerina. Vogue featured Marc Jacobs with a tulle and sequin mini-dress full of drama, while an Yves Saint Laurent midi-dress was elegance itself in broderie anglaise cotton.
The sharmbaa brand offers a Black Swan inspired piece that’s a perfect translation from the stage to the street. The sharmbaa shrug combines the utility of a dancer’s cover-up and the graceful, flowing elegance of a ballet costume. As a shrug, it’s an extra layer of warmth on a windy day. Or turn it into a capelette, for a flirty finishing touch to an outfit. It’s perfect for transforming even the most casual or sporty outfit into a look with feminine flair, just like the metamorphosis of the Black Swan that inspired it.