Kari Berg will be attending the world premiere of Iron Sky: The Coming Race. She is featured with a small speaking role as “Lena The Jobsist”.
Kari Berg will be the Mistress of Ceremonies at German Fetish Ball 2017. This will be the third time that Kari is chosen for this, the past ones was in 2012 and 2014. Since 2012, she has also presented the European Fetish Awards yearly (apart from 2016) and will now in 2017 take up that again also. Her visit to Berlin is being planned at the moment, so if you want to book her during that week, be quick!
Get your tickets to the GFB2017 now
Kari Berg is now published with some pictures in the book “Skin Two Fetish Fashion“.
KFS Media says:
SKIN TWO FETISH FASHION – special edition eBook out now!
“Since the 1980s Skin Two Magazine has showcased the cream of international fetish fashion photography. For years our editor Tim Woodward has wanted to publish the “definitive” collection of the best, most iconic images and now here it is. A lavish album of 106 glorious full colour pictures by the most renowned fetish photographers and fashion designers in the world. Quite simply, the best of the best.”
You can buy it here:
The coming days, Kari Berg’s EP “Music from Fjärilarnas stad” will be out on most major platforms. It’s the soundtrack for the book “Fjärilarnas stad” by Ingrid Remvall where Kari portrayed the main character “Vega”. Find it on most major platforms. Thanks to Nikdesign for helping make Vega come to life, Hillevi Norberg for giving her wings and Christian Gschweng for dressing her up!
Kari portrayed the character “Vega” in the book “Fjärilarnas Stad”, and now the book is also released as an audiobook. There are some songs made by Kari as a soundtrack for the book and it will soon also be released through media platforms.
Find the audiobook here: Storytel
Kari will be on the catwalk for House of Harlot / IrisTheSpider at the Unleashed party in Stockholm on 19/11 2016.
The musicvideo for the song “It’s Just Words” with Kari Berg featuring Psy’Aviah is now out! It was made as part of the campaign for RTSI to raise awareness about discrimination against subcultures. Go and take a look!
A big thank you to Yves Schelpe, Ickykitten, Sin Weaver, everyone who helped with the video, everyone in RTSI, everyone who supports RTSI and all my fans.
Read more about the RTSI initiative: www.rtsi.se