#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

Things
welove!

Things
welove!

Bouquet
beauty

Roaring
thirties

Street
art

Forgotten
flowers

Amygdalae

Preserved
flowers

Catwalk

Flowers in
the pool

Floral
nomad

Studio
Sybrandy

Fresh
jewelry

My
favorites

#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

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Bouquet beauty

No vase needed, just an empty piece of skin.

Sibella Court, stylist and author of the book ‘Etcetera’

#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

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Chaneldoen't
say hi

Schiaparelli, the fashion house that was a true rival of Chanel during the roaring thirties, was recently bought by an investment banker. Elsa Schiaparelli was famous for her eccentric love of flowers and had lots of artistic friends. Chanel couldn’t stand the tres flamboyant artist. But hey, what’s good enough for Dali, is good enough for us.

#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

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Street
art

streetagainst.com

#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

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Forgotten
   flowers

The four dearest flowers you forgot all about.

#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

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My favorite
flowers

Contemporary artist Edel Verzijl launched a new book: ‘Amygdalae’. It provides the unique luxury of intimate access to her artistic and female persona. You can tell the love for flowers from one look at the pages.

by Irene Hoofs, founder of Bloesem blogs

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Preserved
  flowers

Speaking of Nienke Sybrandy. The Dutch product designer really knows how to celebrate the beauty of nature. These flowers are preserved in liquid, which gives a magical effect. the colors fade, but the pale figures behind the glass force you to gaze at the delicate structure of the flowers. Do not try this at home______.

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Catwalk

This season is not about fashion. It’s about the freedom to wear whatever flower that makes you feel alive.

Photo's: Jeroen Snijders

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#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

Bikini Dolce and Gabbana

Flowers in
the pool

Flowers in
the pool

Adidas cap

Floral flip-flops by Y-3

Satin floral top by Vilshenko

Brogues with floral appliqué by Simone Rocha

Bustier by Dolce & Gabbana

Canvas cap with flowers by Piers Atkinson

Rose print top by Band of Outsiders

Men's sandal by Givenchy

Orange blossom wedge by Dolce & Gabbana

Rucksack by Givenchy

Y3 Sneakers

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Amy Merrich
is an
instagrammer

you can't live without once you discovered her.

@amy-merrick, nomadic floral designer

Amy Merrich
is an
instagrammer

you can't live without once you discovered her.

@amy-merrick, nomadic floral designer

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This piece of art by Sybrandy is forever in our heads. And have you noticed that it could be an easy DIY?

studiosybrandy.com

This piece of art by Sybrandy is forever in our heads. And have you noticed that it could be an easy DIY?

studiosybrandy.com

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Fresh
jewelry

This is how we love to use our flowers. In our ears. On our necks. On our fingers. On our nails_____.

From top left: Fresh jewelry brackenfloral.com, ceramic ring with pressed flowers www.lifeunderyourfeet.nl, nail polish stories.com

Fresh
jewelry

This is how we love to use our flowers. In our ears. On our necks. On our fingers. On our nails_____.

From top left: Fresh jewelry brackenfloral.com, ceramic ring with pressed flowers www.lifeunderyourfeet.nl, nail polish stories.com

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#1 FlowersFloral Treasures

My favorite
flowers

by Irene Hoofs, founder of Bloesem blogs

1. Poppies are my favorite
2. Peonies, the more the better
3. Scabbiosa pods in a small vase
4. Hellebore in white
5. Anemone
6. Lily of the valley
7. Perfect for an entrance: magnolia branches

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Experience the wonderful world of The Green Gallery. An online magazine which presents flowers and plants as the source of inspiration for lovers of art, fashion, food, interiors & design. Be inspired by nature’s infinite beauty______.

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