Why the Bolshoi Stars Senses Collection is going to be huge success?
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Why the Bolshoi Stars Senses Collection is going to be huge success?

This year, the Grishko brand has launched a really stunning dancewear collection. At BestPointe.com we believe it is going to make an incredible success.  
The designers have brought together two opposite personifications of a woman, two sources of inspiration: the passionate Katarina, from “The Taming of the Shrew”, and the tender Olga from “Eugene Onegin” - these two different ends of a woman's characters, are able to underline each woman’s unique beauty, lift her up to the new level of self-confidence and support her during any dance and any part of her role.
Ballet aesthetic has a long story of its own, inimitable charm and character. The designers refer to the costumes of brilliant Margot Fonteyn as a fount of inspiration for the simple yet so elegant silhouettes that are refined up to millimetre. 
The Bolshoi Stars, SENSES collection includes leotards, airy boleros, classic and new skirts. The two main colors and fabric palettes represent the two characters:  
Fragile, tender and slim Olga in tiffany, cream, coffee and ice blue colors with smooth fabrics: these leotards beautifully underline the long neck, delicately open at the back and make the figure visually slimmer. Soft translucent boleros with flower print create an even more romantic look.
Passionate, powerful, dynamic Katarina character manifests herself with darker colors - black, olive, medium taupe, - and velour, lace and mesh fabrics. 
The unusual styles of leotards eliciting associations with stunning couture bustier dresses. Naked shoulders, delicately covered with floral mesh, elegant cuts on the back, moderate and incredibly attractive – everything is working to make you feel like a queen. Dangerous. Fatal. Gorgeous. 
At BestPointe.com we are sure the SENSES collection is going to become any female dancer's obsession. 
Which of the two parts is your favorite - Olga's or Katarina's one? Which leotard are you going to try on first? 

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