The costumes will take the stage when bolero bows at the Palais Garnier on May 2.
Pieces thus far include pink and ivory tulle dresses with a bolero and Swarovski crystals, sold at $1200 each.
There's a bolero I designed this season that looks like it's made of leaves.
Like Wordsworth's reaper, she sings as she works, and the day's labor over is ready to join in the bolero.
The prior's a trump, and as for the bolero, he would dance it.
All this as the etiquette of the bolero inexorably demanded.
I said the bolero was published four years before his visit to Spain.
To the lively music of our band, the charming Senoritas figured away, in all the seducing attitudes of the bolero and the waltz.
The dance at the Jardin Mabille has ruined the popularity of the bolero.
They were beginning to wonder if General bolero ever meant to release them from their promise.
kind of Spanish dance, 1787, from Spanish, probably from bola "ball" (and perhaps with reference to "whirling motion"), from Latin bulla (see bull (n.2)). In reference to a type of short jacket, it is recorded by 1864.