flowers, design, inspirations

Bouquet 101 with Tsumori Chisato

Each day feels more and more like Spring around here. On that note, I thought I’d help welcome in some of those Springy vibes with a post that was created last Spring at FlowerSchool New York. I had the pleasure of working with Japanese fashion designer, Tsumori Chisato, helping her create a hand tied bouquet with the most fragrant Spring lilacs. She was really drawn to them as they are not as prevalent in Japan. It was so much fun, and she was as charming and delightful as her colorful floral-print dresses!IMG_3269IMG_3272IMG_3273IMG_3275IMG_3276IMG_9535IMG_9537IMG_9533IMG_3279IMG_3280IMG_9536

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