Revival #2 dress takes it’s inspiration from the opening of King Tut’s Tomb in 1925. The design of the beading is taken from the motifs on the wall of the tomb. The collar is round and the sleeveless cut is typical of the 1920′s carefree attitude. The basic tubular design, which is longer on the sides than the front, allows the wearer freedom of movement. The sunburst and lung scrolls are glass beads done on nylon net for durability.