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Fan Favourites

By
Lisa Tant
Fleuriste: Hayal Flowers
Fleuriste: Hayal Flowers
Fleuriste: Hayal Flowers
Fleuriste: Hazel Landscapes and Design
Fleuriste: Amie Bone Design
Fleuriste: DT Floral & Design
Fleuriste: HMR Designs

An extraordinary tutu, a sci-fi headpiece, an instantly recognizable historical figure – the mannequins chosen by visitors to our shows are close to our heart too. And when our most recent show at Bal Harbour Shops wrapped, we couldn’t wait to share its Fan Favourite mannequin, along with six other astonishing designs from past shows. Get ready to be inspired!


SEATTLE - February 2020

Northwest Flower & Garden Festival
Fleuriste: Hazel Landscapes and Design

This astonishing design was inspired by the season’s runway trends and highlighted all American grown foliage, plus the South African protea flower which symbolizes change and transformation. A gentle spring lady, her outfit uses entirely reusable, compostable or recyclable materials, with accessories fashioned from pussy willows, berries, succulents and orchids. 


LONDON - May 2019

Covent Garden
Fleuriste: Amie Bone Design

Crowds were awestruck by the sheer majesty of this floral rendition of “The Ditchley Portrait”, painted in 1592 by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, of a triumphant Queen Elizabeth, featured in the National Portrait Gallery, London. Amie Bone brought this portrait to life with an extraordinary mix of fresh flowers including blue hydrangeas, delphiniums, nigella, amaranths and stachys.

TORONTO - May 2019

Yorkville Village
Fleuriste: DT Floral & Design

Inspired by the avant garde sculptural approach of Polish fashion designer Paulina bojÓr, this architecturally-inspired outfit is so worthy of its FASHION Magazine sponsor. The corset is wrapped with lily grass while the extended sleeves and bell bottom pants are a fashion-forward fusion of flowers and foliage, finished by a train of trailing phalaenopsis, orchids, roses and greenery.

An extraordinary tutu, a sci-fi headpiece, an instantly recognizable historical figure – the mannequins chosen by visitors to our shows are close to our heart too. And when our most recent show at Bal Harbour Shops wrapped, we couldn’t wait to share its Fan Favourite mannequin, along with six other astonishing designs from past shows. Get ready to be inspired!


SEATTLE - February 2020

Northwest Flower & Garden Festival
Fleuriste: Hazel Landscapes and Design

This astonishing design was inspired by the season’s runway trends and highlighted all American grown foliage, plus the South African protea flower which symbolizes change and transformation. A gentle spring lady, her outfit uses entirely reusable, compostable or recyclable materials, with accessories fashioned from pussy willows, berries, succulents and orchids. 


Fleuriste: Hazel Landscapes and Design
Fleuriste: Amie Bone Design

LONDON - May 2019

Covent Garden
Fleuriste: Amie Bone Design

Crowds were awestruck by the sheer majesty of this floral rendition of “The Ditchley Portrait”, painted in 1592 by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, of a triumphant Queen Elizabeth, featured in the National Portrait Gallery, London. Amie Bone brought this portrait to life with an extraordinary mix of fresh flowers including blue hydrangeas, delphiniums, nigella, amaranths and stachys.

TORONTO - May 2019

Yorkville Village
Fleuriste: DT Floral & Design

Inspired by the avant garde sculptural approach of Polish fashion designer Paulina bojÓr, this architecturally-inspired outfit is so worthy of its FASHION Magazine sponsor. The corset is wrapped with lily grass while the extended sleeves and bell bottom pants are a fashion-forward fusion of flowers and foliage, finished by a train of trailing phalaenopsis, orchids, roses and greenery.

Fleuriste: DT Floral & Design
Fleuriste: HMR Designs

CHICAGO - September 2019

900 North Michigan Shops
Fleuriste: HMR Designs

The delightful bride created by HMR Designs captured the essence of Modern Luxury Weddings Magazine. What stylish trend-setting bride wouldn’t love the idea of wearing a jumpsuit with an oversized bow crafted from orchids? And she would adore matching high heel bowed shows, a swirling fascinator and ropes of pearls!


VANCOUVER - May 2018

Metropolis at Metrotown
Fleuriste: Maureen Sullivan Floral Design School

A stylish mannequin, dressed in a fitted leaf top and profusion of pink flowers skirt, was seated in a giant rose wreath to perfectly capture the essence of FLOWERBOMB, the smash fragrance from Viktor & Rolf.


QUEBEC CITY - May 2018

Place Ste-Foy
Fleuriste: Floristry students at Fierbourg

Everything about this sassy mannequin – from her greenery tied hair bun to the tiered skirt stuffed with pockets of dianthus, dendrobium and succulents – delighted the fans. We loved that the design and production was led by floristry students under the supervision of instructors Ann Malenfant and Elisa Paquet Lessard. 


Fleuriste: Maureen Sullivan Floral Design School
Fleuriste: Floristry students at Fierbourg

BAL HARBOUR - March 2021

Bal Harbour Shops
Fleuriste: Hayal Flowers

A fashion forward look created by Hayal Flowers for the Fisher Island Gives philanthropic organization nabbed the hearts of our visitors at the chic Bal Harbour Shops. This stylish mannequin wore a jumpsuit and skirt made of safari sunset, tropical palms and anthurium, accessorized with a pearl necklace of white hypericum berries.

Fleuriste: HMR Designs
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