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Gown Mariano Fortuny 1910s

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.

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

Fortuny stenciled velvet dress with pleated silk sides. I like the pleated sides, the separate horizontal ribbons could be elasticized.

Wonder what time period this is? Cotehardie - Bonus: It's the same gown as Miranda's wearing in the Tempest painting by John William Waterhouse

Woman's Evening Gown  Mariano (Jose Maria Bernardo) Fortuny (Spain, active Italy, 1871-1949)  Italy, circa 1919  Costumes; principal attire (entire body)  Silk velvet, pleated silk, and glass beads  Center back length: 62 1/2 in. (158.75 cm)  Gift of Lafe Speirs (AC1993.118.1)  Costume and Textiles

Mariano Jose Maria Bernardo Fortuny (Spain, 1871 - Woman's Evening Gown, circa 1919 Silk velvet, pleated silk, and glass beads. Center back length: 62 in. cm) Gift of Lafe Speirs (LACMA

Mariano Fortuny, Coat, 1930

Mariano Fortuny, Coat, 1930

Evening dress Design House: Fortuny  Designer: Mariano Fortuny Date: early 20th century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, glass Accession Number: 1977.304.3

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

another side of FORTUNY 1920's MARIANO FORTUNY pleated black silk DELPHOS gown |

1920's MARIANO FORTUNY pleated black silk DELPHOS gown

For Sale on - Phenomenal jet black pleated silk 'Delphos' gown with Venetian striped glass beads and stamped gold silk belt from Mariano Fortuny dating to the

Mantello Fortuny (Coll. S. Singer Bayldon)  Fonte: Paola Placella Sommella, "La moda nell'opera di Marcel Proust"

Fortuny Cloak: "On the shoulders.recognized by the Society of gold embroidery and pearls that draw on their sleeves or collar the emblem of the happy association

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