There’s No Such Thing as Tutu Much

Feel like playing a little dress-up this Halloween? Why not try one of the fantastical tutus below on for size?

Well, OK—maybe you can’t quite try them on. But now you can view them, plus many more, on Google Art Project, which has made the National Ballet of Canada one of its 180+ partners. The project has added tutus worn by some of Canada’s most famous ballerinas, plus imaginative tutus by Canadian fashion designers, to its gallery. There are images of everything from iconic Don Quixote and Giselle looks to tutus made out of pointe shoes. It’s pretty neat.

Check out our favorites below, and click here to see the full collection.

Tutu by members of NBofC's wardrobe dept
Lemkos tutu by Noel Middleton
Tutu by Jennifer Zimmerman
Tutu by Linda Lundström Works
Tutu Cozy by Svetlana Lavrentieva
Tutu by English National Ballet/Giles Deacon

Tutu by members of NBofC's wardrobe dept

"Don Quixote" tutu by Desmond Heeley

Lemkos tutu by Noel Middleton

Tutu by Jennifer Zimmerman

"Giselle" tutu by Desmond Heeley

Tutu by Linda Lundström Works

Tutu Cozy by Svetlana Lavrentieva

Tutu by English National Ballet/Giles Deacon

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