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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

High Fashion meets Spider Man-Spider Man comes to Broadway(Fox Theater)

As drawn by Steve Ditko, a cultural icon named Spider-Man was born, and since then he has swung from the comic-book page to the cineplex screen and into our dream life, fighting crime on the streets of New York and protecting mankind from villains bent on global domination. Now the world’s most famous webslinger is facing his scariest adversaries yet—New York theater critics and audiences—as Julie Taymor’s long-delayed rock musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, with songs by U2’s Bono and the Edge, finally drops in on Broadway in January.
Alexander McQueen red printed silk chiffon bustier dress. Shot on location at Foxwoods Theatre, NYC. Mask by Julie Taymor.

Marchesa sculptured sapphire satin-faced organza ball gown.

Marchesa black-and-white hand-painted crinoline ball gown.

Shot on location at PRG Scenic Technologies, New Windsor, NY. In this story: hair, Kamo for Mod’s Hair; makeup, Gucci Westman for Revlon. Photography production design by Mary Howard. All costumes by Eiko Ishioka.