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Fortuny.  (with acknowledgment to http://www.metmuseum.org)

DETAIL/Tunic Design House:Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer:Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Culture:Italian Medium:silk, glass

Gown Mariano Fortuny 1910s  White silk taffeta stenciled with traditional Japanese motifs; pink silk taffeta padded hem and lining.  The long and narrow collar and the sleeves along with the kimono’s fuki-like padded hem, cause this dress to resemble a kimono. The stencil-printed taffeta depicts traditional Japanese motifs. The garment underneath the gown is one of Fortuny’s “Delphos” dresses.

Gown Mariano Fortuny White silk taffeta stenciled with traditional Japanese motifs; pink silk taffeta padded hem and lining. The long and narrow collar and the sleeves along with the kimono’s fuki-like padded hem, cause this dress to resemble a.

Absolutely divine - bolts of Fortuny fabric, reproduced using Mariano Fortuny's original patterns, colors, and techniques.

The Exotic, Romantic Designs of The House of Fortuny

Delphos by Fortuny, pleated silk dress with stenciled waistband and diaphanous over tunic

Mariano Fortuny’s Delphos dress . His dresses were considered status symbols during the and and remain rare, expensive and collectable items today.

Fortuny Coat; site has very interesting article on the background of Fortuny's (very artistic) family and some very good photographs.

Mariano Fortuny (Spain, ~ Coat ~ Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, was a Spanish fashion designer who opened his couture house in 1906 and continued until He was the son of the painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal.

Fortuny stenciled velvet (photo from "Fashion Memoir: Fortuny" by Delphine Desveaux)

Fortuny e Caramba In the last of my Fortuny series I bring you my favorite, his silk velvet. Fortuny grew up around textiles as bot.

A fine and rare Mariano Fortuny stencilled orientalist black silk evening coat, c. 1910-20

A fine and rare Mariano Fortuny stencilled orientalist black silk evening coat, circa

delphos gown - Google Search

Fortuny silk velvet cloak over a blue and grey silk satin Delphos. “ the ‘Delphos robe’ … is undoubtedly Fortuny’s most famous creation and eventually became the hallmark of his work, at the expense.

Mariano Fortuny Coat, 1920's

Fortuny silk velvet three-quarter coat hand stenciled with Renaissance-style motifs, Label: "Mariano Fortuny/Venise.

Evening dress  Mariano Fortuny  (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice)  Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Date: early 20th century

Evening dress Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Date: early century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, glass

Fortuny

Fortuny dress (Delphos, and cape (Cnosos, exhibited at the Museo del Traje in 2010 as part of a Fortuny exhibition. Amigos del Museo del Traje by SayaValentine

https://flic.kr/p/3eGiXX | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba, 1920s | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba Italian, 1920s Of dark green, gold and silver in a Renaissance inspired large scale thistle and pomegranate design, lined in taupe silk, unlabeled. Estimate: $8,000-10,000 (Doyle New York)

https://flic.kr/p/3eGiXX | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba, 1920s | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba Italian, 1920s Of dark green, gold and silver in a Renaissance inspired large scale thistle and pomegranate design, lined in taupe silk, unlabeled. Estimate: $8,000-10,000 (Doyle New York)

1934, Italy Evening dress by Mariano Fortuny Silk, glass beads MET Museum

Evening ensemble, 1934 Mariano Fortuny Pale-blue pleated silk Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession

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