Snapshots of the floral arrangements on offer at Armani Fiori in Hong Kong the last time I was there… Above, a couple of large lady’s slippers orchids, if I am not mistaken, in a very bright hue of light green…
The store is mostly glass, white walls and abundant light sources. Arrangements are tight and usually single or just a few types of flowers in use with greens to add a sculptural, almost architectural feel. Many of these easily replicable at home with just a little bit of practice… :)
Lots of newly arrived blooms on the counters. Besides a retail business, I suspect the shop does a lot of large arrangements for nearby top-end boutiques and shops, the several Armani clothing boutiques included.
The hardy leaves are in some ways, almost unnaturally contorted, some looked almost “stapled” to keep their shape, though I suspect they just tie the leaves down with some raffia or twine.
How much simpler can this get… get two blooming phaelaenopsis orchids and stick them in a square vase and add some moss…
These almost look like modern bridal bouquets, but I think they are meant for vases in rather modern surroundings, or possibly some posh executive office.
Another take on the same theme…not sure I like this one much at all.
And one last arrangement from the windows of Armani Fiori.