Giovanni Bedin didn’t need “Black Swan” to kindle his love for dance-inspired outfits. In his third collection for Worth Couture, he again showcased variations on the tutu, this time inspired by a fancy dress costume depicting night and day designed by Charles Frederick Worth, circa 1880. But these had a practical use: Corsets embroidered with Surrealist details, like a three-dimensional black sequined bat, could be detached from their stiff skirts and worn separately.

Giovanni Bedin didn’t need “Black Swan” to kindle his love for dance-inspired outfits. In his third collection for Worth Couture, he again showcased variations on the tutu, this time inspired by a fancy dress costume depicting night and day designed by Charles Frederick Worth, circa 1880. But these had a practical use: Corsets embroidered with Surrealist details, like a three-dimensional black sequined bat, could be detached from their stiff skirts and worn separately.

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