Style

A dance named desire

Reimagined by the Scottish Ballet, Tennessee Williams’ most famous work – dressed in the season’s mid-century-influenced fashions – exudes steamy Southern glamour.

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Laser-cut leatherette and silk-mix dress with cotton and silk slip, £3,500, by Louis Vuitton. Body stocking and ballet shoes, both dancer’s own. Vintage 1980s Christian Dior gold-plated and faux-pearl drop earrings, £255, and vintage 1970s rolled-gold heart locket (held in hand), £37, both from Susan Caplan Vintage Collection.

Louis Vuitton, 190-192 Sloane Street, London SW1 (020-7399 4050; www.louisvuitton.com) and branches/stockists. Susan Caplan Vintage Collection, www.susancaplan.co.uk.

Image: Damian Foxe