Spotted: Across the Pond!

June 13, 2019

Spotted: Across the Pond!

I was so surprised and excited when an eagle-eye follower of mine on Instagram spotted my Anthropologie print "Italy Spring" in photos of the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show a few weeks ago in the UK! 

 

 RHS Chelsea Flower Show Selina Lake greenhouse Floral Party

photo by Selina Lake

The print was used in a gorgeous greenhouse Floral Party design, styled by talented Stylist and author Selina Lake. I am drooling over her design and all the gorgeous flowers. Sadly, I did not spot any photos of the Queen with my work, but I suspect, had she seen it, she would have been enamored. 

 

 RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 design by Selina Lake Floral Party

photo by Sussie Bell

Thanks so much to Selina Lake and her team for including my work in your dreamy RHS Chelsea Flower Show design! 

 

 RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 photo by Julia Currie

photo by Julia Currie

 

The print is available through Anthropologie and Anthropologie EU. 

italy spring art print by Jennifer Allevato for Anthropologie




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