NEW SEGMENT: Tales from the Ballet

 

I am delighted to announce another new segment coming soon ‘Tales from the ballet’ – in which ex-Australian Ballet senior artist Felicia shares her stories from the road.  

Hi – my name is Felicia, I was a senior artist with the Australian Ballet for over 10 years performing in classics such as Don Quixote, The Nutcracker and Swan Lake as well as in dynamic contemporary productions.  I loved my time with the Ballet and had some incredible experiences performing in theatres across Australia and around the world.

After leaving the Ballet I started working with a leading international dance brand, forging a successful career as head designer for Childrens and Ladies wear for the European and American markets.

With the arrival of Motherhood, I decided to create my own label. Combining my love of dance with my extensive knowledge of design and product development, I have created an authentic dance brand using luxurious fabrics which is affordable and accessible to all children.

In my new segment ‘Tales from the Ballet’ I am looking forward to sharing my amazing experiences (both good and not so good) with you all, the Organised Chaos reader.

 

 

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You can contact Felicia from Flo Dancewear on 

Email: Felicia@flochildrenswear.com.au   

Website: www.flodancewear.com.au

 

Read more about Felicia in her “5 with…” interview on Organised Chaos

 

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