The Chelsea Flower Show is normally reserved for the green thumbed and Alan Titchmarsh fans but over the years it’s gained some serious coverage for attracting the young and beautiful. So this year, we expect to see the fashionista’s donning their gardening gloves and high heels as luxury department store, Harrods will be launching a concept fragrance garden. Created in collaboration with designer Sheena Weeks, the garden is a science-meets-nature celebration of the art of making fragrances.
In the meantime, back at Harrods HQ, the Pop Up Flowers campaign will run ins-tore throughout May allowing designers to to debut their floral designs – some even creating exclusive pieces just for the occasion.
Can’t compete with that Alan!