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Snap of a Fortuny dress coiled into its original box from a visit to see Cleo & Mark Butterfield a couple of years ago. I wrote a blog for FT's How To Spend It about their incredible collection of vintage clothes and how contemporary designers use their archive for research purposes #fashionhistory #fortuny #nofilter #designprocess #vintagestyle

Snap of a Fortuny dress coiled into its original box from a visit to see Cleo & Mark Butterfield a couple of years ago. I wrote a blog for FT's How To Spend It about their incredible collection of vintage clothes and how contemporary designers use their archive for research purposes #fashionhistory #fortuny #nofilter #designprocess #vintagestyle

Mariano Fortuny box for Delphos dress. Because of the fabric and the dyes the dresses were rolled and sold is custom made boxes.

Mariano Fortuny box for Delphos dress. Because of the fabric and the dyes the dresses were rolled and sold is custom made boxes.

Evening Dress, Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) for the House of Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906): 1940-1959, Italian, silk/glass. Marking: [label] "Fortuny Déposé"

Evening Dress, Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) for the House of Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906): 1940-1959, Italian, silk/glass. Marking: [label] "Fortuny Déposé"

Evening dress Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Date: ca. 1920

Evening dress Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Date: ca. 1920

Fortuny has been a definitive name in fashion and textiles since Mariano Fortuny began working with fabric in the early 1900's.

Fortuny has been a definitive name in fashion and textiles since Mariano Fortuny began working with fabric in the early 1900's.

The showroom in the Palazzo Orfei, Venice, displaying Fortuny dresses, textiles, cushions and lamps. Photo by Mariano Fortuny.

The showroom in the Palazzo Orfei, Venice, displaying Fortuny dresses, textiles, cushions and lamps. Photo by Mariano Fortuny.

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