Floristry design and London’s Young Creatives is the subject of an article on the Vogue website this week. There’s a great interview with Peckham-based florists Iona Mathieson and Romy St Clair of Sage, whose clients include Glossier and Gucci. Plus mentions of PinkGoldPeach (whose stunning arrangements are featured above), Alfred Bramsen, Palais Flowers, Worm and Fjura.
Simply tap or click on the first link below to take a read…
- The Floristry Scene Is Blooming Thanks to London’s Young Creatives
- The Sustainable Floristry Network Would Love Your Opinion in Their Floral Foam Survey
- Something Borrowed Installation by Zita Elze at the World Flower Garden Show, Nagasaki
- Elegant Italian Bridal Inspiration with Flowers by Designs by Hemingway & Laure Lalliard Design
- Editorial Shoot with a Modern Colour Palette Flowers by Darling & Daughters
- Wearable Florals by Ribbon & Twine Floral for the Trendsetting Bride
- Tuscany Wedding Style with Flowers by Copihue Studio
- In My Shoes: Interview with Nik Southern, Grace & Thorn
- Florists Say These Flowers Can Help Beat the Winter Blues
Flower Schools in the UK on Instagram is the focus of this week’s video with details of flower schools and florists who run half day and full day classes, week and month courses.
New Covent Garden Flower Market
On Tuesday morning I was at the flower market to take photos for my Christmas report for the market website. If you’d like a little peek behind the scenes of my visit, simply head over to my Instagram account.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this Sunday’s post featuring floristry design from around the world, and that you get chance to sit back and relax today…
P.S. Just in case you missed it, here’s a link to last week’s Floristry Industry Insight.