Berserkergang collection – Marvel Comics-inspired hand-beaded pencil skirt, designed by Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett of Australian fashion label Romance Was Born showcased at the Mercedes-Benz fashion week Australia in Sydney April 2012. This skirt is a once in a lifetime purchase; the quality of the beadwork is exquisite, the colours like nothing you will find elsewhere.
Size: Au 6 Waist – 63cm Hips – 87cm
Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only
About the Berserkergang collection from the Romance was Born website “Behold, Marvel’s mighty heroes! Witness the birth of CMYK POWER! They Live! They Walk! They Conquer! Romance Was Born present – Berserkergang! A band of heroic brothers and sisters, led by Doctor Strange an invincible Master of Mystic Arts; The Silver Surfer – Sky-Rider of the Spaceways and wielder of the “power cosmic”; The Incredible Hulk an uncontrollable monster and Thor – Thunder God of another realm, Asgard! Will our fearless heroes risk engaging in Berserkergang, a state of unbeatable warrior power to defeat the evil supremacy taking over the world? Can She-Hulk and The Dazzler join the team in time and help save the mutant sisterhood? Find out in the latest instalment of Romance Was Born’s fashion saga – Berserkergang! Inspired by the mighty spectral power of colour, Romance Was Born is drawn to the pop appeal of Marvel Comics and their iconic Super Heroes. Attracted to the graphic artistry of Marvel’s creators, in particular, the legendary Jack Kirby. Who’s unique rendering technique dubbed the term “Kirby dots,” which create that cinematic style of motion where his characters appear to leap, fly and battle across the page. An interest also sparked in the process of CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow Key) printing which is used to produce these classic characters from the Marvel world. The CMYK printing technique of halftoning and the pattern like dot work of applying colour is responsible for that instantly recognisable comic book style.” Collection Archive – Romance Was Born. https://www.romancewasborn.com/pages/archive