About the Brand
Xiaoxiao Designs Leotard Product Line has been launched by Xiaoxiao Cao at the beginning of 2015 in New York.
Our Leotards are unique because we believe there is something for everyone. From classical and elegant to sweet and sexy, they come in a variety of colors and sizes. We use high quality materials to provide comfort and insure long-lasting wear. The products are professional factory manufactured and we have all the styles in stock in our New York location.
Xiaoxiao Designs is a must have product for every ballerina to stand out and feel beautiful and confident!
Xiaoxiao Designs (est. 2015) is a line of chic dancewear that incorporates elements of art, fashion, pop culture, and performance, worn worldwide by everyone from baby ballerinas to world-famous dancers like Marianela Núñez, as well as in custom designs made for the Harvard Ballet Company and American Ballet Theatre soloist Zhongjing Fang’s choreography. Owner Xiaoxiao Cao, a professional ballerina, began designing leotards for herself in 2014, after being unable to find garments that fully expressed her personal style. Made from high-quality materials to provide comfort and ensure long-lasting wear, Xiaoxiao Designs features fashionable feminine details such as lace, ruffles, ribbons, bows, rosettes, choker necklines, and dramatic cutouts in a wide array of stunning colors and luxurious fabrics.
Xiaoxiao Cao is a professional ballet dancer, dancewear designer, and entrepreneur. Born in China, she trained at the Guangzhou Art School at 10, joined the Guangzhou Ballet in 2005 at the 16, and became Soloist in 2011. Cao has performed in numerous ballets, including Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, La Sylphide, Cinderella, Theme and Variations, and Serenade. In 2012, Cao moved to New York and joined the Roxey Ballet. Two years later, she joined the Suzanne Farrell Ballet, based at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. In 2018, she joined the Metropolitan Opera Ballet at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. On February 4, 2019 — Chinese New Year's Eve — Cao made her Broadway debut in the Phantom of the Opera.