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  • St. Petersburg Part II: American Designers Visit Russia

    In January, Fortuny took a group of designers on a trip to explore St. Petersburg and visit the Mariano Fortuny - "The Magician of Venice" exhibition at the State Hermitage Museum in Russia. A reflection from Fortuny creative director Mickey Riad.   A little over a month since my first trip to St. Petersburg, I found myself [...] Continue Reading
  • Fortuny at the Hermitage Museum

    On December 6, the prestigious Hermitage museum opened its door to the Mariano Fortuny - "The Magician of Venice" exhibition. Live report from Fortuny's creative director Mickey Riad from St. Petersburg.   After hurdling the governmental obstacles of passports and visas (my visa coming in just one day before my trip), I finally made the journey to [...] Continue Reading
  • Fortuny Introduces Micromondo Collection

    Fortuny is pleased to introduce its new W/S 2016 collection, Micromondo. With 112 SKUs available in 10 patterns and up to 20 color ways, the collection presents a refreshed interpretation and modernized adaptation of Fortuny’s distinguished prints, in addition to new velvets, wools, linens and sheers. While continuing the legacy of a refined color palette [...] Continue Reading
  • Behind the Collaboration: Fortuny x Ann Wood

    What do a heritage Venetian fabric house and a modern-day artist in Brooklyn have in common? A lot more than you may think. Both love fabrics. Both love things handmade with time and souls woven into them. Both have a foot in a pass and one in the future - the latter whimsical but in perfect harmony with [...] Continue Reading
  • Sectile 1729

    Fortuny announces its collaboration with Venetian Heritage creating a collection inspired by the Gesuiti Church in Venice, known for its elaborate marble, sculpted and inlaid to look like draped fabric. The collection, titled Sectile 1729, draws inspiration from the “fabric” patterns. These 6 newly designed pat- terns will be released as part of the W/S [...] Continue Reading
  • Fortuny Unveils Collection W/S 2015 – The Foxes’ Wedding

    Drawing inspiration from Japanese folklore of “The Fox’s Wedding,” Fortuny released 30 new SKUs in the W/S 2015 collection, including four newly designed patterns, two archival patterns and seven existing patterns in new colorways.  The line also includes a limited edition series of Ann Wood designed Fortuny foxes wearing reversible Fortuny kimonos. “We decided upon [...] Continue Reading
  • Summer Countdown

    It’s almost Memorial Day, marking the unofficial start to summer, and we could not be more ready for the barbecues, dips in the pool, and trips to the beach - our Fortuny cooler in tow, of course. Until then, these summery fabrics remind us of soothing, blue waves and the beaming, yellow sun, holding us [...] Continue Reading
  • Now Available: Fortuny Velvets & Wools

    Introduced this January at Paris Deco off, our latest collection is officially available. Fortuny Velvets & Wools is our first-ever collection of solid and striped velvets & wools tailored to the Fortuny palette. About Fortuny Velvets & Wools RONDO & FUGUE Patterns Rondo and Fugue are woven from 100% Merino wool in fine worsted flannel [...] Continue Reading
  • “History in the Making”

    “Consider three objects: a sweep of wallpaper whose billowing black and white cloud motif brings to mind a hand-carved woodcut; an elegant console table with a design of trailing wisteria inlaid in golden wood; and a pillow made of exquisite fabrics, its scrolling floral pattern reminiscent of the 17th century. “What do these pieces have [...] Continue Reading
  • Robert Metzger + Fortuny in 1983

    Happy New Year! It’s not quite #ThrowbackThursday, but to ring in 2014, we’re revisiting the past. We recently uncovered from our files an Architectural Digest article that was released in the December 1983 issue, almost exactly 30 years ago. The article, entitled, “The Essence of New York: Luxe amid Limited Space in a Hotel Apartment,” [...] Continue Reading