Introducing: the Ballet in the City Miami Collection by Zoya

by Vianney Becerra


Brighter days are ahead as Ballet in the City announces its second collection of nail polish in collaboration with Zoya Art of Beauty.

Named “The Miami Collection,” the line features an array of colorful polishes. These come in vibrant addition to its previous collection, appropriately named “The Ballet in the City Collection,” which debuted last fall.

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Photo by Karolina Kuras for Ballet in the City. Model: Rebecca King-Ferraro

Polish colors were selected by Ballet in the City Executive Director Jessica Wallis on a trip to Miami to work with dancers of the Miami City Ballet and ballet photographer Karolina Kuras. Inspired by the company building’s rich exterior, the vibrant colors of the city of Miami, and most of all the inspiring dancers of the company, the collection brings about a Miami frame of mind, while still staying true to Ballet in the City’s mission to bring classical dance to the everyday world.

Miami City Ballet Studios, Miami Beach, Florida, 9736

Night view, Miami City Ballet Headquarters and School

“When I first began Ballet in the City five years ago, Miami was the first place I visited to delve deep inside the ballet culture of the city, and it has never left my mind. I’m so inspired by ballerina Rebecca King-Ferraro and her fellow Miami City Ballet dancers, and this collection was the perfect way to celebrate their vibrancy,” states Wallis.

Illustrating six colors ranging from the lively to the more sophisticated, this seasonal collection promises a cheerful display that will delight any age.

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Photo by Karolina Kuras for Ballet in the City. Model: Rebecca King-Ferraro

Whether at the beach or in the studio, these colors are the perfect fit for blue skies and sunny days to come.

The Miami Collection is available at select Dino Palmieri salons in Northeast Ohio as well as on its Shop.

To learn more about this ballet-inspired collaboration with Zoya, visit, @ZoyaNailPolish

And Ballet in the City:, @balletincity


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