In this master class, Taylor will marry tropical elements with seasonal elements to create arrangements that feel of the season while not necessarily dictated by it.
Taylor, recognized for her design aesthetic and successful business practices, including a strict no-foam policy, has recently joined the list of FlowerSchool Master Florists for her outstanding vision and execution. She currently operates a flower shop in the Canal Street Market and has a nice list of weekly clients in New York City, including Ulla Johnson and Hotel Delmano.
The last costume exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art featured an exhibit that was a dialogue between fashion and Medieval Art. In this class, Sullivan Owen will design flowers that evoke both a medieval religious painting and the elaborate Papal robes that were the highlight of the Met’s show. Think deep, dark, autumnal colors and golden tones.
In this week leading up to Valentines Day, many of us are tired of the same old long-stemmed red roses standing at stiff attention mingled with unadventurous greens. Takaya Soto of L’Atelier Rouge has a more expansive way of seeing love and Valentine’s Day. Using age-old Japanese traditions mixed with Western garden-style flowers, he will help you create a unique arrangement to take home to yourself or a loved one.