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Bloom - 06 - ADORNMENT
The narcissistic nature of flowers is obvious and understandable; who would fight the thesis that roses can compete with rubies, that carnations resemble decoration and that camellias complement pearls to perfection? We all remember the feel on our cheeks of warm earrings made from twin cherries, the fast-waning beauty of delicate chains woven from daisies and the fragrance of crowns created from flowers in the field.
Weight 650 g
Dimensions 1.5 × 22 × 28 cm
Bloom Magazine was created in 1998 in response to the ever-growing lifestyles inspired by trends in flowers, plants and gardening.
Bloom is the first magazine of its kind to analyse the major trends in horticulture with informative and inspirational photography and texts, and their relation to the fashion, interior and industrial design, architecture, packaging, cosmetics, and food industries. It speaks to all levels of the industry, from hybrid creators to growers, buyers, distributors, retailers and florists.
It is also destined for a much wider public as well as students and professionals; all those keen on photography, horticulture and contemporary creation
Bloom is produced in collaboration with several highly talented artists, stylists, designers and photographers. We enjoy sharing and promoting the work of the new talents we discover. Lending horticulture a new voice through the creativity of these contemporary artists, we wish to stimulate all our readers’ senses and imagination. We choose to publish an advertising-free magazine, allowing our readers to be fully immersed in our captivating stories.