Dita Von Teese talks to V.F.’s Krista Smith about her latest touring show, Strip Strip Hooray, and how she transformed her humble beginnings into an international burlesque empire.
Dita Von Teese attends Vanity Fair’s Celebration of the 2013 International Best Dressed List
The Courtyard, New York Palace, New York City
Monday, September 9, 2013
Details & Extras: This photo set, entitled Sovereigns of the Pleasuredome, was taken by Ali Mahdavi. Dita is modelling haute couture by Thierry Mugler. More shots from this were published in Flaunt’s Acceptance issue. The entire shoot is also available to members of dita.net.
Note: I’ve just ordered this and will post scans soon.
Perrier have launched the 2nd bottle design featuring Dita along with the second part to their online interactive Dita game. To play the game visit www.perrierbydita.com. The new design is illustrated above and can also be seen at perrier.dita.net.
Note: I don’t know about anyone else, but I still haven’t seen any of the limited editions around. Although they were released months ago in Australia.
THIERRY MUGLER HAUTE COUTURE SHOOT
Dita appears in Vanity Fair (Italy) and the forthcoming (anniversary issue #113) of Flaunt Magazine (US) modeling vintage Thierry Mugler Haute Couture. See the article (Italian Language) at http://dita.tk/mugler and behind the scenes photos of the making of this article at http://dita.tk/h.
STRIP STRIP HOORAY RECAP
These shows at the Roxy Theatre in LA were very successful, as I’m sure you can imagine. Dita’s special guests included Dirty Martini, Selene Luna, Perle Noire, Duke Lafayette, Lada (from Crazy Horse Paris) and New York comedian and emcee Mr. Murray Hill. Dita debuted two new shows as well as performing an old favourite, the “Carousel Horse.” The “Rhinestone Cowgirl” show “features her as a Swarovski clad cowgirl complete with Swarovski horned bull!! Her bathtub show featured an all new Swarovski embellished costume by Mr. Pearl, complete with feather headdress.” – dita.net newsletter
Dita.net has a slid show of photos, taken by Aaron Settipane, from the shows.