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Gotta love those thigh high boots!
Dita Von Teese gave a jaw-dropping burlesque performance for the Cannes Film Festival Monday night at the Nikki Club at Les Marches. Teese, who is a Cointreau Brand Ambassador, performed her iconic classic style striptease in a custom Alexis Mabille tuxedo, while eventually splashing into a giant Swarovski martini glass. Milla Jovovich, Bérénice Bejo, “The Artist” director Michel Hazanavicius, Thomas Langmann, Zachary Quinto, Kristin Kreuk and designer Alexis Mabille also sat in the audience sipping cocktails from Cointreau Rickey at the show. Check it out!
Luxuriant: Dita Von Teese
March 2013 | Issue #30
Luxuriant is a free cultural, fashion, art, music and travel magazine available in Luxembourg. Dita is on the cover for issue #30. This is the English translation of the interview, available on the Luxuriant website. I will post scans once I find a copy.
Cool Hunting: Behind the Scenes at Strip Strip Hooray
Mechanical bulls, confetti cannons and fog machines jazz up Dita Von Teese’s traveling burlesque show
by James Thorne
23 April 2013
“They come dressed to the nines,” says Justin Moyer, production manager for Strip Strip Hooray. He’s referring to the pantheon of fans that flock to the performance, one of the preeminent shows in the neo-burlesque scene. Most come for Dita Von Teese—a pioneer of contemporary American burlesque and authority on elegance—although co-stars Murray Hill, Dirty Martini, Perle Noire, Selene Luna, Monsieur Romeo, Lada Nikolska and Catherine D’Lish command followings of their own. Fans come decked out in garters, bustiers and voluminous hair, helping to enshrine the atmosphere that Dita and company have worked so hard to create.
Thirty Seconds To Mars Teaser for UP IN THE AIR, directed by Bartholomew Cubbins.
Swank Promotional Card / Flyer
Henry Fonda Theatre, Hollywood
November 2, 2002
Playboy magazine presented their Holiday covergirl, Dita Von Teese, along side Cathrine D’Lish and Tempest Storm for burlesque show, Swank.
Dita von Teese surprise appearance at Mika’s Brooklyn concert
by Derek Blasberg
April 12, 2013
“I’ve been a very lucky fan of Dita von Teese this week. First, I saw her perform her infamous feathers and birdcage routine in Sao Paulo (for more from that trip, go here: http://www.mrblasberg.com/2013/04/09/…). While we were down there, she said she was doing a surprise appearance a few days later in Brooklyn. Intrigued, I said I’d go. I showed up at the Musical Hall of Williamsburg to discover she was making an expected cameo at a Mika concert. That Mika. So cute and talented. An added thrill? It was the first time that Dita has ever incorporated her voice into a performance. (Burlesque is all about the body, darling.) Mika’s suggestion: She leave the Michigan in her voice because, well, you can’t hate a girl with a body like this if she has a voice like that. So, behold Ms. von Teese coming out and taking off as an added visual for Mika’s hit song, Big Girls.”