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  • Fashion Forward The Washington Ballet Company dancers show the beauty and power of gala fashion.
  • Change In Style Young Power Players Show Substance and Style are in Vogue.
Amanda Cobb, a former American Ballet Theater dancer, is in her first season with The Washington Ballet and calls dancer Alessandra Ferri her most powerful career influence.
Amanda Cobb, a former American Ballet Theater dancer, is in her first season with The Washington Ballet and calls dancer Alessandra Ferri her most powerful career influence.

The Washington Ballet Company dancers show the beauty and power of gala fashion.

Photography Roy Cox
Producer and Stylist Barbara McConaghy
Makeup Carola Myers
Hair Giselle Zlotnitsky and Maritza Savage

Featuring the Washington Ballet Company dancers
Staged by Septime Webre, Washington Ballet artistic director

Shoot assistants: Elizabeth Moon, Janet Shatz Snyder, Libby Snyder, and Georgia Bobley

Amanda Cobb, a former American Ballet Theater dancer, is in her first season with The Washington Ballet and calls dancer Alessandra Ferri her most powerful career influence.

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Amanda Cobb, a former American Ballet Theater dancer, is in her first season with The Washington Ballet and calls dancer Alessandra Ferri her most powerful career influence.

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Georgia Bobley

Articles

  • Fashion Forward The Washington Ballet Company dancers show the beauty and power of gala fashion.
  • Change In Style Young Power Players Show Substance and Style are in Vogue.