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SHARE THE LOVE

WITH FLOWERBX

This Valentine's Day, FLOWERBX is celebrating love in all its forms with the SHARE THE LOVE campaign, featuring touching stories of friendship, family, love and flowers of 12 iconic Londoners, including womenswear designer Emilia Wickstead, famed chef of the River Cafe, Ruthie Rogers, and Jimmy Choo creative director Sandra Choi.
TOM KONIG

Co-Founder, The Communications Store

'A very wise person told me recently that grief is just another form of love.'

SANDRA CHOI

CREATIVE & DIRECTOR, JIMMY CHOO

‘I think that she deserves flowers everyday for the rest of her life.’

Juan Santa Cruz

Restaurateur

‘What is life without flowers?’

RUTHIE ROGERS

CHEF OWNER, THE RIVER CAFE

“I have many favourite flowers and it really depends, like food, on the season. Right now I’m loving these white tulips which are locally grown.”

LAURA WEIR

EDITOR, ES MAGAZINE

“I’m giving my mum ranunculus for valentine’s day, mainly because I don’t have a boyfriend or a husband.”

EMILIA WICKSTEAD

fashion designer, emilia wickstead

“I love the expression on my children’s faces when they recieve flowers, I want to remind them how much I love them.”

INDIA WARRENDER

STUDENT

'I really do deserve these flowers. I deserve to give something beautiful to myself and these flowers are just as beautiful as you are.’

sebastian scott

PRODUCER

'Perhaps I don’t remember to tell him that everyday, but everyday I wake up he makes my life better and valentine’s day is a fantastic day to remind him, and me, of that.’

MOLLY WHITEHALL

CO-FOUNDER, COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY

‘I’m giving these pink roses to my Dad, he loves flowers and not only taught me everything I know about flowers, but everything I know about life and despite getting married next week, he will always be my valentine.’

WHITNEY HAWKINGS

CO-FOUNDER & CEO, FLOWERBX

“I chose pink sweet avalanche roses because they’re pretty much a perfect flower.”

TILLY MACALISTER SMITH

WRITER AND EDITOR

“Mum had an amazing garden, and she loved flowers, it was such a part of her life and of what she was known for.”

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