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Here's a peek at the costumes Valentino designed for the New York City Ballet, which of course, include the designer's signature red. Though he's never been one to tame anything down, Valentino did realize that he would have to alter his vision a little bit in regards to the dancers' hair. Costume Director Marc Happel explains, "It became obvious in the fittings that this huge hair was not possible to dance in. I think he realized it was too much." [The Cut; Previously]