Lorrie Whittington | Illustrator - Designer - Maker
Lorrie Whittington is an illustrator and designer-maker specialising in illustration, design, textiles and ceramics living near Chichester in the UK
An eye popper. Loaded with energy. Regal. Commanding. Red is certainly a high voltage color. Wouldn't these descriptions all be appropriate for this Fortuny dress? Silk by Mary Schoeser Photo by Claudio Franzini Red is seen in nature everywhere. Using red in your home is a consideration that you would give much thought to. You can start off in small doses with accessories... Interiors Now by Angelika Taschen Photo by David Hiepler & Fritz Brunier This charming screen could be placed most…
Passion for Fashion: Six Mariano Fortuny @ Kerry Taylor Auctions - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong
A Mariano Fortuny stencilled white gauze tabard, early 20th century printed with Near Eastern motifs of black scrolls and...
FORTUNY PEPLOS GOWN, c. 1920. Pink crinkled silk with attached short sleeve tunic, the bottom curving toward open side seams trimmed in silk cord and joined at intervals with blue Murano glass beads, matching trim on sleeves and tunic bottom, separate pink silk sash with metallic stenciled design. Sash and seam tape stamped Fortuny Dep. Length 57, sash 2 5/8 x 45. (Silk drawstring frayed) otherwise excellent. $11,500.00
Fortuny. Delphos. Peplos.
Geraldine Chaplin in her mother's Delphos, 1979. There are few garments more iconic, more treasured than Fortuny's "Delphos" and its variant "Peplos"; certainly no garment more collected and still worn. First appearing about 1907, they continued to be made until around 1950. Always more "wearable art" than fashion, since their "rediscovery" in the Seventies, they've become among the most desirable vintage garments, are avidly collected, and have garnered record prices at auction. Natacha…
5 Carlos Place: Explore The House
Explore our new five-storey townhouse in the heart of London's Mayfair and discover our rich, cultural programme of events, podcasts and livestreams, available to you both at the house and online.
Costumes de Noblesse du 14ème siècle. Histoire de la mode médiévale. -
Costumes de Noblesse du 14ème siècle. NOBLE FRANÇAISE. Histoire de la mode médiévale. Costumes historiques des XIIIe, XIVe et XVe siècles.