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In true spring fashion, we couldn’t look past these floral creations when flexing our appreciation muscles this month. Spread out within an abandoned church in South London, In Perfect Process is an exhibition designed to push the boundaries of floristry as an art form while exploring the human definition of beauty. A collaboration between Lisa King – a Bangkok-born, London-based print artist – and the London Flower school, the large-scale exhibition is a vision of exquisite prints, silk scarves and elaborate, dynamic flower arrangements. As avid floral enthusiasts, the images from the exhibition had us swooning excessively.
Kaleidoscopic yet fashion-forward, the scarves in the exhibition depict artfully placed petals, flowers and leaf stems, and are available for purchase on Lisa’s website. Similarly, the striking prints feature abstract, idiosyncratic floral arrangements that challenge common perceptions of flower design. Documented by LFS’s in-house photographer, Marcelo Deguchi, through a series of photographs and short films, the creative process was as much a part of the exhibition as the finished product. If you recognise Lisa’s name, it’s probably because of her coveted seasonal scarf collections, with a clientele consisting of Prada, Kylie Minogue and Harvey Nicholls.
Explore Lisa’s website here.