Silk is a magical material that’s part of Venetian history, which is why it intrigues us (and intrigued Mariano Fortuny). In the 15th century, more than 5% of Venice’s population worked with silk in some way.
Mariano Fortuny was a renowned fashion designer whose couture set a new standard for elegance.
This scarf uses Fortuny’s own techniques, which we spent years discovering and mastering.
The front of this crinkled crepe satin mauve silk scarf has a distinctive sheen, which contrasts with the matte finish on the back.