Get the Vibe at the HEARTS District’s V-Day Flower Market at One Santa Fe + Arts District, DTLA! Feb. 12!
Sundays were made for flower market strolls like this, so head down to One Santa Fe in the Arts District, where Los Angeles floral designers, artists, and purveyors are collaborating for a pop-up Valentines Flower Market this Sunday, February 12. In full bloom two days before the holiday, from 11am – 3pm, the outdoor market will present tiers of wholesale stems, a DIY dried flower bouquet station, a celebrated watercolor cactus collection, artisan vases and floral vessels, and potted cacti and succulents of all shapes and varietals. DJ vibes will be strong, and eats, drinks, and cool finds can be had at from the SHOPS at One Santa Fe collective. The market is the flagship event for One Santa Fe’s HEARTS District initiative for February.
Cacti + Succulent Varietals — Ponderosa Cactus (@ponderosacactus)
Dried Flower Bar + Bouquets — Amy Nicole Floral (@amynicolefloral)
Cactus Watercolor Art — Rebecca Kirshner (@rebecca_kirshner_)
Floral Vessels — Concrete Geometric (@concretegeometric)
Daytime Grooves — DJ Ian Paige (@majordrone)
Wholesale Flowers — Growers Direct Flowers in DTLA
WHEN | Sunday • February 12 • 11am – 3pm
WHERE | SHOPS at One Santa Fe, Central Courtyard #FlowerMarketOSF
300 S Santa Fe Avenue
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CONCRETE GEOMETRIC (Los Angeles)
Krizia Flores is the architect behind these geometric vessels inspired by clean lines and architectural spaces. Her modish and industrial plant pots are shaped using a variety of 3d mold materials – including paper, silicon and clay. No vessel is the same! These angular concrete pieces make the perfect housewarming and hostess gifts.
PONDEROSA CACTUS–Highland Park
Sisters Andanette Valderrama and Daniella Carrasco are the flora duo behind Ponderosa Cactus in Highland Park, spirited by Arizona desert origins and parents who harvest cacti. They hunt down cactus pieces from Southern California, Arizona, and beyond, presenting an offering or smaller interior plants, larger cacti for yards, and any interesting pieces discovered along the way.
REBECCA KIRSHNER-Los Angeles
Rebecca Kirshner’s watercolors were conceived in love. One September in Ojai, she painted a cactus because that’s what was there. She painted with watercolors because that’s what she had with her. And so the affair began.. a go-with-the-flow, pefectly imperfect, eye-opening call to capture the infinite beauty and endless apparitions of the cactus. The collection lives in her book How to Make Love to a Cactus.
AMY NICOLE FLORAL–Los Angeles
Amy Nicole Floral engages in the art of storytelling by creating stylish, abundant, thoughtful floral designs for unique celebrations including weddings, events and workshops. Her commercial and editorial work includes floral styling for photoshoots and campaigns of all sizes. The studio was founded by Los Angeles-based designer Amy Balsters, a California native who spent an inspiring decade living in the Southwest cultivating her vision and fine-tuning her artistic perspective. Her work has been published in several wedding and lifestyle blogs and magazines including Green Wedding Shoes, White Magazine, Ruffled Blog, Style Me Pretty, Glamour & Grace, Storyboard Wedding, Elizabeth Anne Designs, Rocky Mountain Bride and New Mexico Magazine
About One Santa Fe
Energy intersects art at One Santa Fe, a neighborhood community of rare retail offerings and apartments in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, designed by architect Michael Maltan. Studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments feature panoramic picture windows, a chef’s kitchen with European cabinetry, and the convenience of an in-home washer and dryer. Residents enjoy such amenities as a zero edge saltwater pool, rooftop fire pit, and fitness center with private yoga and Pilates studio.
The shops at One Santa Fe are a collective of 14 innovative culinary concepts, boutique general stores, salons, and apparel. Each thoughtfully selected for mastery of a certain craft, each featuring design-savvy storefronts, together they comprise a distinct marketplace to serve the Arts District.
One Santa Fe 300 S Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90013 osfla.com
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