Bette Midler Inspires Grey Ant’s Spring/Summer Collection
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Cinemax and Bette Inspire Dancers as Models

The presentation for Grey Ant’s spring/summer 2007 collection at the Altman Building showcased more than just the Grant Krajescki-designed clothes. Inspired by the back cover of the 1976 Bette Midler album Songs for the New Depression and the erotic film–and cable channel staple–Emmanuelle, Krajescki brought in the Los Angeles-based Hysterica Dance Company to perform a specially choreographed routine that comprised the bulk of the show. Wearing Grey Ant attire, eight dancers writhed, pirouetted, and gyrated to music by electronic artists Work and Aphex Twin. Ojala Ltd. provided show production and People’s Revolution handled front of house production.

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