Marlene Beret – Albert and Daphne
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Otto & Spike

Marlene Beret


Beaver Brown
Nikau Grey
Spanish Red
Diesel Blue
Cossack Green
Black Marle
Bordeaux Maroon

Transform yourself into the renowned Femme Fatale extraordinaire of yesteryear.

Marlene Dietrich born in Berlin in the 1920's. 

Marlene, bisexual enjoyed a somewhat thriving gay scene in 1920's Berlin. Dietrich defied conventional gender roles - dressing in a top hat and tails to perform 'male' songs, boxing at Sabri Mahir's boxing studio and attending Berlins' drag balls. In 1930, Dietrich starred in 'Morocco' a movie where her character, a cabaret singer kisses another woman whilst dressed in a mans tuxedo. Marlene was a part of a secret society of underground closeted lesbian & bisexual film actresses in Hollywood. This group, affectionately known as 'Marlene's Sewing Circle' was rumoured to include the like of Greta Garbo, Claudette Colbert and Edith Piaf to name a few.

+ Made in Melbourne from premium Australian Lambswool.
+ Beanie dimensions are L25cm x W25cm.

This hand crafted lambswool knitted beret is sure to add an essence of suave to your Winter wardrobe.

Otto & Spike proudly knit everything in their little factory in East Brunswick.