lunedì 30 maggio 2011
Ironia e femminilità, ambiguità e provocazione…il tormentone burlesque.
A giant-sized cocktail glass, dim lights on, begins a melody "winking". It is the new advertising Martini, but the atmosphere of a show, "Burlesque," the stage where she rediscovers herself as a mysterious creature, but at the same time "flirtatious" and diva, nothing to do with vulgarity. Dita Von Teese, living echo of the legendary Betty Page, the school has done, and certainly has been an awkward one for all those who saw it as a phenomenon back of Grub Street, a sort of mask (albeit beautiful) that lasts all year . However, the Juno Von Teese unveiled this catchphrase of the original Belle Epoque even within the fashion, as a model for a number of exceptional designers, and as inspiration for the collections of lingerie that parade (parade and you) to Art. The phenomenon now goes crazy burlesque everywhere: especially after the recent release of the movie, with the timeless Cher and Christina Aguilera chameleon, the "New Burlesque" has made its way, as a phenomenon of entertainment is no longer reserved exclusively Men universe, and as a real physical activity. Even in Italy thanks to the fact women, from girls to little more that the mothers at the threshold of forty, increase enrollments of "sexy fit," in which all of the diva will fall in the 50 animals to discover and rediscover the pleasure of playing a little '"ambiguous" but also motor, an alternative to the usual activities of the gym is a new way to benefit the self-esteem but also their tone. Not only that, soon will be released on new reality show dedicated to this style of another era, "Lady Burlesque", where girls and women will compete to hopeful shots curls and boa. In fact it is inevitable in burlesque basques support tight at the waist, gleaming feathers and other accessories, all part and parcel of this real must, that goes far beyond simply showing off the lingerie and of course this seduction ironic vintage flavor can not dispense with underwired bras, corsets that take your breath away, high and snug shorts, all designed to model and emphasize feminine curves, but this is only the basis of burlesque, a style that embodies the true weapon of the femme fatale, seduction. How is this outdated form of entertainment, provocative and satirical, is back in vogue in the twenty-first century, now placed? Through the excess, irony and a touch of comedy, burlesque has the ability to make the woman feel sensual a true star, with its curves, its flaws, but also its ability to not take itself too seriously. The comedy that features the seduction is key in the back of the strip, which goes far beyond the triumph of stockings, curved bangs and lips of fire, and it has to do with using a "glam" of time. Yes, that's the time. Why? The answer is evident in the works of Danish philosopher Kierkegaard, "Diary of a seducer," the seducer seducer is the real psychic, and his main instrument of seduction is precisely a time, carefully modulated. His goal is not to possess physically, but mentally, the result of a refined selfishness takes pleasure in bringing to a total subjugation without in turn be subdued, remaining suspended in a compelling but vague, just like the one evoked by the pin-up burlesque "An image never acquires (...) contours and texture, consistently formed, but is never done" and therefore not a "particular individual, but the power of nature, the demonic, which is not (...) seduced stop rushing like the wind blowing, the sea of rock or a waterfall rushing down from its summit. "