Monday, January 23, 2017

Hiplet: When Hip Hop Meets Ballet | Refinery29

Started by Homer Bryant of the Chicago multicultural dance center, Hiplet fuses hip hop and ballet in a style that's powerful, elegant, and so fun to watch.

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The Hiplet Ballerinas: Camryn Hutchinson, Nia Lyons, and Nia Parker:
Stylist: Emily Holland
Assistant Stylist: Jenny Hartman
Hair Stylist: Paul Warren for Amika
Makeup Artist: Ingeborg using Nars Cosmetics and Avene skincare
Manicurist: Rachel Shim at
Tailor: Jamie McCarty for Next Artists

Photographer / Director: Kai Regan
Executive Producer: Oscar Thomas 
Producer: Edward Sniecikowski 
DP: Alex di Suvero
Gaffer: Johnny Fogg
AC: Chris Davis 
Sound Tech:Nick Heppding
DIT: Nick Korompilas 

Post Production: The Underground 
Executive Producer: Joann Gambino 
Director of VFX & Finishing: Charles Quinn 
Editor: Graeme Hagan 
Colorist: Dario Bigi 
Post Producer: Kristine Polinsky 
Audio Engineer: Brandon Jiaconia

Artist: 6lack 
Song: Ex Calling 
Album: Free 6Lack 
Label: Interscope 

Photography Director: Toby Kauffman
Casting: Lilac Perez
Associate Photo Editor: Nicolas Bloise

Shot at: Pier59 Studios, NY

Look 1:
Gucci Metallic Brocade Trousers, $1,600, available at My Theresa.
Gucci blazer.
Model’s own slippers.

Look 2: 
Mary Katrantzou skirt. 
Norma Kamali Safety Pins One Shoulder Mio Swimsuit, $1,550, available at Norma Kamali. 
Georg Jensen Forgive-Me-Knot Earrings, $300, available at George Jensen. 
Model’s own slippers.

Look 3:
House of Ashia top. 
House of Ashia skirt.
Model’s own slippers.

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