Monthly Archives: May 2014

In Living Color with Matthew Robbins-May 22, 2014

Matthew Robbins’ recent Master Class was all about color. “In Living Color,” a title straight from his recently published article in Martha Stewart Weddings, was the theme of the class. Color mixing can be tricky. How does one avoid a polka-dot-look that lacks unity? Bright colors can often look haphazard. Matthew talked about his art… Read more »

Romantic English Style with Robbie Honey-May 15, 2014

Robbie Honey charmed us with his English style in his latest master class at FlowerSchool New York. Using a creamy white, soft pick and spring green palette composed of a combination of Mother’s Choice peonies, white O’Hara roses, viburnum, mint and scented geranium leaves, he conjured up a flowing arrangement in a glass compote vase… Read more »

The Flowers of Fashion with Oscar Mora-June 12th!

Oscar Mora is the fashion florist of choice by many including Chanel and Valentino. His look is lush, imaginative and daring. Many call his flowers sensual and striking as he uses saturated colors to dramatically create a look that is truly unique. In this class learn how to create an arrangement that are delightfully decadent, tastefully… Read more »

The Flowers of Fashion with Oscar Mora-June 12th!

Oscar Mora is the fashion florist of choice by many including Chanel and Valentino. His look is lush, imaginative and daring. Many call his flowers sensual and striking as he uses saturated colors to dramatically create a look that is truly unique. In this class learn how to create an arrangement that are delightfully decadent, tastefully… Read more »

FSNY's Horticultural Society Dinner Table

The theme for the Horticultural Society’s dinner this year was ‘Great Gardens.’ FlowerSchool’s Creative Director, Eileen Johnson, honed in on replicating a traditional French kitchen garden. And one fit for Le Roi himself, Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. Eileen lent her personal french linens and napkins which set a beautiful tone for the french potager…. Read more »

In Living Color with Matthew Robbins of Matthew Robbins Design – May 22nd- 5pm-7pm

Straight from the latest issue of “Martha Stewart’s Weddings” Spring 2014, Matthew will teach a class where color takes the lead. In this class he will work with us using multi-hued blooms in Technicolor to add a little “pop” to your spring. To register for this colorful Master Class, please click, here!

In Living Color with Matthew Robbins of Matthew Robbins Design – May 22nd- 5pm-7pm

Straight from the latest issue of “Martha Stewart’s Weddings” Spring 2014, Matthew will teach a class where color takes the lead. In this class he will work with us using multi-hued blooms in Technicolor to add a little “pop” to your spring. To register for this colorful Master Class, please click, here!

Painterly Flowers with Charles Masson-June 5th!

FlowerSchool New York is proud to welcome back Charles Masson! In this special class students will be treated to Charles’ conditioning paractices garnered from his father as well as his many years caring for and creating sumptuous bouquets for La Grenouille in midtown Manhattan. The designs he creates for his students are always impeccable, lush… Read more »

Painterly Flowers with Charles Masson-June 5th!

FlowerSchool New York is proud to welcome back Charles Masson! In this special class students will be treated to Charles’ conditioning paractices garnered from his father as well as his many years caring for and creating sumptuous bouquets for La Grenouille in midtown Manhattan. The designs he creates for his students are always impeccable, lush… Read more »

An All Day Wedding Workshop with Ariella Chezar-Wedding Table-Apr 11, 2014

We finished off a lovely Wedding Workshop with Ariella Chezar creating her signature compote arrangement in a rainbow of springy hues. The inspiring design featured tulips, ranunculus, daffodils, hyacinth, viburnum and muscari in lovely palettes of pinks, yellows, oranges or whites. Our students knocked it out of the park and created winning designs! Thank you,… Read more »