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Photo by Jayme Thornton

Go to the head of the class in back-to-school styles that make the grade.

Modeled by Jenna Kulacz

Photography by Jayme Thornton

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Photo by Erin Baiano

Throwback jazz duds that feel impossibly current? Groovy, baby.

Modeled by Amber Pickens and Carey Segal

Photography by Erin Baiano

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A still from the Cos fashion show (via YouTube)

Oh, the dance–fashion love affair: It's absolutely epic, and tends to makes for absolutely fabulous collabs. The latest case in point(e)? British design house Cos' fashion show in Florence, Italy, which featured dancers clad in the line's new collection performing striking choreo by dance-world darling Wayne McGregor.

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Get to know your inner Amazonian queen in these truly wild ensembles.

Modeled by Starr Dee and Arielle DiSciascio

Photography by Jayme Thornton

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(From left) Bryanna, Nicole, Jessica, and Kristen (photo by Jayme Thornton)

T-Swift's girl gang will have nothing on your dance team when you're all decked out in matching rehearsal-wear.

Modeled by Kristen Vasconcelos, Jessica Hofman, Nicole Kelly, and Bryanna Strickland

Photography by Jayme Thornton

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Bored with buns? We broke down the basics of three classic, class-perfect braids.

Modeled by Haley Hilton

Photography by Jayme Thornton

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Morgan Quinn modeling ballet classwear (photo by Kenneth Edwards)

Bring serious edge to your next barre in cool-girl classwear.

Modeled by Morgan Quinn

Photography by Kenneth Edwards

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Kirsten Coco modeling audition attire (photo by Erin Baiano)

Your best audition look is all in the details: Add (literal) texture to the audition combo with edgy cutouts, luxurious trim, and shimmery accents.

Modeled by Kirsten Coco, Zuri Ford, Imani Moss, and Riana Pellicane-Hart, who are students in the department of dance at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

Photos by Erin Baiano

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via Tory Sport

It's currently New York Fashion Week, which means it's the perfect time to gush over the merging of fashion and dance, yet again. We know we've said it a thousand times, but there's just nothing better than big brands tapping dancers for campaigns or runway shows.

The best collab of late? That would be Tory Burch Sport's latest collection theme, centered on ballet and modeled by a group of 2018 Juilliard dancers.

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Logan Epstein modeling attire you can take from dance class to the gym (photo by Jayme Thornton)

These sleek and sassy styles get you from the gym to class—and back again.

Modeled by Logan Epstein and photos by Jayme Thornton.

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Dancer to Dancer
Photo by Victoria Schwarzi, courtesy National Ballet of Canada

Few things are as magical as a new tutu. But what goes into the creation of this iconic ballet costume? We followed a National Ballet of Canada Swan Lake tutu—made for first soloist Emma Hawes'debut as Odette/Odile—from sketch to stage.

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@chloelukasiak via Instagram

Happy Halloween, dance friends! Wearing costumes is part of our job description, so when we get the chance to create our own, it's no surprise that we get a little #extra (in the best way, of course). Check out some of our favorite dancers' spooktacular ensembles.

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(via YouTube, @IISuperwomanII)

So, it's Monday. And that means the struggle is super real right now. Which also means that just like everything else on Mondays, your hair is probably not cooperating. Which is a big problem for dancers, who need it to just. stay. put. through even the roughest of combos.

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@sab_nyc via Instagram

Halloween is only a day away and that means its time to get serious about finding the perfect costume. A lot of you dancers need costumes that are both fun and functional so that you can go straight from the dance class to the streets, without missing a beat. Here are nine of the most creative, yet versatile ensembles that'll allow you to enjoy Halloween festivities without compromising your dance training.
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(From left) Annellyse Munroe and Melissa Becraft (Photo by Jayme Thornton)

Run away with the circus in this season's most spectacular stage-worthy styles.

Annellyse Munroe and Melissa Becraft are professional dancers in NYC.

Photos by Jayme Thornton.

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A still from "Center Stage" (via Entertainment Weekly)

News flash, guys: Halloween is LESS THAN A WEEK AWAY. We know how easy it is to get caught up in the endless cycle of school, rehearsal, rest, and repeat. And if you're nodding to yourself right now, thinking "#Storyofmylife," we feel you—and we're here to help. Behold, our favorite dance-movie-inspired Halloween costumes that you can most definitely pull together by Tuesday!

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