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April 27, 2006 in
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Apparently those toreador pants really are sewn on.
During her apprenticeship, LPFT remembers being told as a wee slip of a lass that many a prima ballerina on Europe’s finest stages would actually be sewn in to her costume–a memory that served the LPFT well in later years when, due to a most tragic wardrobe malfunction, she was forced to sew the leading lady back into her costume a few moments before she went on stage.
As LPFT recalls many of the gentlemen on the cast were envious…particularly when it came to UN-sewing her OUT of her costume. Nothing against the leading lady, but it seems to LPFT that Izzie got the better deal with the toreador…
The only thing I want to know…what do they do when nature calls?
Hah! Hola to the LFPT, and I have been in a similar situation myself, many years gone by: I was making a pair of particoloured tights for a young man, and as time was short, I was attaching the legs to an undergarment, with him inside them!
*And yes, his trust was well-placed: not a single stab, nick, or scratch!
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