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Looks We Love - January20

EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK

spring
preview

Let’s welcome warmer weather and all the new clothes (plus fresh flowers) that come with it. We had a few favorite florists try on the spring essentials we’re most excited about and asked them to create arrangements inspired by our collection.

RYAN NORVILLE

@oatcinnamon

This native New Yorker works with a talented tight-knit team to create the prettiest pastel-hued bouquets from her Brooklyn studio.

“I wanted to emulate the bright mood of these neon pieces with flowers that complemented them without competing.”

“We got it just right thanks to light but subdued colors and lots of texture.”

ROBIN
ROSE HILLEARY

@fleurotica

As a floral artist in downtown NYC, Robin has a knack for creating eye-catching and unexpected botanical sculptures.

“I feel like I could just as easily work in the garden or go to the beach in these clothes.”

“The spotted white phalaenopsis orchids add an element of surprise, while the fuzzy blue tweedia nods to denim.”

“My friend Carrie is so supportive of me so I’m gifting this arrangement to her as a show of gratitude.”

BIA YAPP

@biablooms

One peek at Bia’s work and you know that this LA-based florist loves to have fun with bold colors and experiment with scale.

“I channeled the playfulness of these outfits to create an arrangement that feels both organic and surprising.”

“It’s important for me to give back through my work. I recently organized a fundraiser to benefit the LA Downtown Women’s Shelter.”

SOPHIA
MORENO-BUNGE

@isaisafloral

Sophia brings the beauty of the outdoors inside with her lush creations that consist of seasonal and sometimes local flowers foraged in Los Angeles.

“I feel casual and comfortable but also put together, so I thought the flowers should reflect that.”

“Unripe green tangerines and orange aloe flowers reference the natural, neutral palette of these looks.”

“The best things about spring are the beautiful blooms—plumbago, climbing garden roses, yellow mustard and pale tulip magnolias to name a few.”

SHOP OUR ENTIRE SPRING PREVIEW