Feb. 16, 2011
-- Nowadays the game of seduction has a new set of rules: those of Burlesque. The homonymous movie, featuring Cher and Christina Aguilera, has premiered just a few days ago.
Burlesque is very popular among italian women over30. As a matter of fact, a lot of dancing-lessons are arranged all over Italy. But what makes Burlesque so fashionable?
Could it be the undeniable charme of an old-fashioned form of entertraiment that belonges rightfully to Art?
Burlesque has seen a second springtime at the end of 90's, thanks to a number of professional dancers (such as Dita Von Teese), attracted by this kind of show between voiyeurisme and irony.
People who never lost sight of burlesque, are fashion designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Louboutin (shoes), Dolce e Gabbana (corsetry), Jean Paul Gaultier (coulotte), Agent Provocateur (lingerie), Lacroix (dresses), John Galliano and Thierry Mugler.