The Paris of Mariano Fortuny’s childhood was filled with excitement and intrigue, as vivid depictions of PERSEPOLIS’s ancient city were first published in Voyages en Perse de MM. Eugene Flanin peintre et Pascal Coste architecte, including over 350 revolutionary illustrations of the ruinous city. PERSEPOLIS, the ceremonial capital of the ancient Persian empire built by Darius the Great, continued to captivate Mariano Fortuny’s imagination years later, inspiring this whimsical and spirited pattern filled with sensual Persian floral, leaf, and pomegranate motifs.
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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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