Anita Rani styled by Rachel Fanconi and photographed by Dan Kennedy wearing one of my faux flower crowns.
I was invited to participate in the book launch for Juliet Sear’s latest book Botanical Baking and was asked to come up with something floral, interactive and memorable that would engage the 100 plus guests at the event.
Here is an example of one of my fresh flower crowns, perfect for a bride or bridesmaid. This piece was created as a bespoke order for Brides Magazine. The roses are all scented and from the Real Flower company and mixed with seasonal British wild flowers.
This is an example of one of my fresh flower crowns, perfect for a bride or bridesmaid. This piece was created as a bespoke order for Brides Magazine. The scented David Austin roses are from the Real Flower company.
Stylist Michelle Pierre-Carr used a selection of my floral fashion headpieces for the September 2018 Mini Mode catwalk show. The event was part of London Fashion Week showcasing emerging designers and established childrenswear brands.
Georgina Horne, AKA successful model and blogger, Fuller Figger Bust has modelled some of my floral fashion headpieces for stockist Edith & Winston bridal wear for the boutiques fashion shoots. She looks so stunning in them I decided to make a bespoke flower crown.
For the February/March 2017 edition of You and Your Wedding, Dan Williams photographed my hydrangea crown in an editorial named 'The Grand Finale', which was styled by Peta Hunt.
My silk peony crown was featured in a Hello! Fashion Monthly Summer millinery round up called "It's a Hat Trick".
For this fashion shoot in April 2014 I created fresh flower headpieces to compliment the styling, using vibrant Spring flowers such as peonies, wild grasses, ranunculus, veronica, lisianthus, freesias, viburnum and delphinium. To add interest I also used some vintage woven fabric to create a turban, a fabric covered hat base and an abstract wooden headpiece, as bases for the flowers.