Flora Starkey is a bespoke floral designer based in central London.

Working from her studio, Flora creates arrangements for events including parties, weddings, fashion shows and photo shoots.

Taking inspiration from many sources including the work of the Dutch Masters and Renaissance artists, Victorian flower photographs and the English country garden, her displays are both romantic and sumptuous. Focussing on seasonality, Flora will often use flowers and foliage she has grown herself.

Her arrangements have been displayed in many prestigious venues including Abbey Road Studios, the V&A, Tate Britain and St Paul's Cathedral and have dressed the entrance of Chelsea Flower Show in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday. Flora's work can be seen in numerous publications, including British Vogue, Vanity Fair, AnOther Magazine, and V Magazine. Flora has worked with photographers including Nick Knight, Mert and Marcus, Alasdair McLellan, Willy Vanderperre and Paolo Roversi.

Clients include:

Alexander McQueen                 Louis Vuitton

Givenchy                                    Comme des Garçons

Gucci                                         Stella McCartney

Victoria Beckham                     Alexander Wang

Frieze London                          Fabergé

Paul Smith                                Nike

Preen                                        Vivienne Westwood

 

"She works with flowers as a Renaissance painter would work with oils." Vogue

"The abundance and colour of her arrangements is always infused with a haunting sense of melancholy. Her displays of rare and uncommon blooms have deservedly earned her a reputation as one of the best florists working today." AnOther Magazine

"London's coolest florist" Style.com