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Portrait of a Ballerina L.A. Ivanova (1922). Zinaida Serebriakova (Russian, 1884-1967). Pastel on paper, laid on cardboard.
In 1922, Serebriakova’s best ballet portraits - Marietta Frangopulo, Lidya Ivanova and Alexandra Danilova in their costumes for the Pas de trois in Nikolai Tcherepnin’s ballet Armida’s Pavilion, E. Svekis in the costume for her character in Sleeping Beauty and a number of others - were shown at the World of Art exhibition in Petrograd.
There’s so much to choose from: her batshit insane wedgie-inducing aerobics outfit for workouts with a buddy; her ~*sexy date*~ outfit for being seduced by Picard’s doppelganger; and of course - her regulation Starfleet uniform complete with an awesome collection of jackets.
(About the book: I figured Dr. Crusher for an Anne of Green Gables fan, since she was also made fun of as a child for being a ginger, and they both have had bad experiences dying their hair.)
Garden of Glory, Patrick Owen Campaign by Robin Alfian > photo 1873403 > fashion picture on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/73930314/via/whateverjustgo