New York Flower Show, Part 2. Drumroll please. (In case you missed, here’s Part 1.) Benefitting the Horticultural Society of New York, and therefore all New Yorkers and the universe. Also some great ideas here for you to try at home. Or not.
Here’s my table, by the talented team at Plaza Flowers, who are also my neighbors over on Lexington Avenue. I love the lilacs under skirt.
This is the dress I wore. I got the memo to come as a centerpiece.
My sartorial subconscious was channeling among others Mixed Greens Event Design…
Quite a statement by H. Hartley du Pont:
Along with Lee Anderson Couture and jewelry designer James Taffin de Givenchy; the shoe, accessories and clothing company Jack Rogers was one of the evening’s honorees. Interior designer Richard Mishaan did the Jack Rogers table, cleverly centering each daisy with the signature, whip-stitched rondel that made the Jack Rogers “Navajo” sandal a beloved fashion icon.
It’s always fun when everybody dances, and everybody did. They don’t always because, you know, New Yorkers are jaded and all. But not me, I am a dork. And clearly I have taken to heart the dictum “Dance like nobody’s watching.” I should probably re-think that. If this were to end up on my Facebook page it could ruin my glamorous image.
If someone will identify the uncredited photos here I will put in the designers’ names immediately, gratefully. Thank you. Photos by Frances Schultz for francesschultz.com, except the last by jillphotography.com.