BODY + ODILE
BODILE the name, is a blend of the words BODY & Swan Lake’s siren ODILE
She is confident, refined & elegant.
Athletic, ambitious & flirtatious.
Enchanting & enduring.
BODILE was launched in February 2021 after intensive development for two years. The BODILE Concept draws on founder Rebecca Morrice Williams’ lifelong involvement with ballet & her incredible success with BECCA Cosmetics, acquired by Esteé Lauder in 2016
BODILE Collections showcase complete ballet-fashion stories and limited edition, ready-to-wear designs drop weekly, providing dancers with unique pieces, unavailable in commercial dancewear stores.
BEAUTY OF DANCERS IN THE STUDIO
BODILE believes the daily class & rehearsal is as beautiful as the polished performance - the dancer’s studio fashion is as exciting & expressive as the costumes of the stage
Born from the desire to create an edited range of dancewear to enhance performance while fuelling confidence & expressiveness - to support ballet, beauty & style in the studio every day
BODILE design brings together premium, performance fabrics, signature detailing, ultra-flattering lines with new level support & comfort
Rebecca Morrice Williams, the founder & creator of the phenomenally successful cosmetic brand BECCA (acquired by Estee Lauder in 2016) is the creative mind behind BODILE. Inspired at a young age by the pure beauty of ballet, Rebecca would sit for hours watching rehearsals & performances at the West Australian Ballet where her father was Chairman of the Board & her mother its PR manager. This ignited a passion for beauty - the costumes, movement & sheer grace
Ballet has permeated every endeavour Rebecca has undertaken - first as fashion designer with her own line of high-end haute couture, then as creator of BECCA
Coupled with passion & her own dance experience, which continues today for herself & her teenage daughter, Rebecca says her desire to create a stylish brand of elegant & supportive dancewear made from luxurious fabrics became an undeniable calling