Originally designed by Mariano Fortuny in the 1920's, Giudecca was named for the island on which he established his factory in 1921. A reflection of the confluence of opposites that define Venice - the city where land and sea, east and west, and art and commerce harmoniously engage - Giudecca is the positive and negative, right-side up and upside down of itself, blurring the lines of where things end and where they begin.
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Designed with the italian touch, from start to finish. Built on the grounds of an ancient convent, the inner workings of the factory remain secret 100 years later. Our founder's will holds that the techniques used to create the iconic fabrics were never to be revealed publicly.
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