Closet Envy: Karine Plantadit, Dancing Queen

Broadway actress and dancer Karine Plantadit dreamed of being a dancer since getting her hands on a bootleg version of "Fame" while living in Cameroon as a little girl. Following years of training in Africa and France, where she also grew up, Plantadit studied and later became a soloist at Alvin Ailey, starred in the original Broadway production of "Lion King," "Saturday Night Fever" and "Movin' Out." Most recently, Plantadit earned a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her electrifying performance in Twyla Tharp's "Come Fly Away." While her coveted and flourishing career has Plantadit's star shinning bright, her eclectic and sensual fashion sense is giving us a bad case of closet envy...


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