FOR GIRLS WHO TWIRL
Morning or evening person? Evening mostly, unless I wake up on the right side of the bed. Yoga or pilates? Yoga. Green juice or coffee? Coffee, always coffee. Watching the ballet or dancing in one? Dancing in one – nothing beats that feeling. Party dress or separates? Separates. Summer or winter? Autumn... Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve? Christmas Eve.
£195 each, Coast, coast-stores.com Occasionwear go-to Coast has created a very covetable limited-edition collection in collaboration with the Royal Ballet, inspired by its costume archive. Think romantic silhouettes, floaty fabrics and dreamy details that are perfect for the party season and beyond. To mark the occasion, we spent five minutes with first artist Hannah Grennell (left). Heels or flats (when you’re not in ballet shoes)? Flats unless they’re some seriously killer heels. Instagram or Twitter? Instagram. Favourite performance? Either watching Nederlands Dans Theater in Trouw Amsterdam or every moment I spend on stage with my Royal Ballet colleagues – they never cease to amaze and inspire me. Your motto? Honesty is the first chapter in Follow us @ YouMagSocial the book of wisdom. Favourite place to perform? Other than the Royal Opera House, Japan. Best thing to do when you’re not dancing? Be with nature.
coast-stores.com. Hannah will be in The Nutcracker at the Royal Opera House, London WC2, from 5 December to 10 January. Live UK cinema screening 5 December, roh.org.uk