Love was in the air last week in New York City – even if that air was frigid, and filled with snowflakes! Flowers of the World’s talented floral designers poured all of their love into some of the most beautiful Valentine’s Day arrangements we’ve ever offered, and our dedicated customers braved the winter storms to visit our retail boutiques all weekend long.
Archive for February, 2010
Valentine’s Day may be over, but at Flowers of the World, we’ve always got love on our minds. Our uptown store, at 150 W. 55th St., is right down the block from one of New York City’s most famous love symbols: Robert Indiana’s pop-art Love sculpture, on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 55th Street.
Last week, amidst one of the many snowfalls that buried our city this winter, the talented New York City-based photographer Michael Stewart, took some beautiful shots of the statue in various states of snow. Check out the photo reel below.
Photos by Michael Stewart, http://thestewartofny.com
Journalism in New York City is definitely not dead; take a look at a crowded subway train during the morning commute, and nearly every rider has his face buried in either a New York Metro or AM New York. This week, Flowers of the World was lucky enough to be featured in both!
In today’s New York Metro, Flowers of the World’s co-owner Peter Grontas spoke to editor Dorothy Robinson about the best blooms to give to the loves of your life for Valentine’s Day. Check out the link below to find the best ideas for your mom, wife, man and best gal pal on Feb. 14.