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29 Stonybrook RdStratford, CT 06614
23 Stony Hill RdBethel, CT 06801
160 Main StMonroe, CT 06468
990 Torringford StTorrington, CT 06790
929 Middle StMiddletown, CT 06457
Connecticut Flowers News
Nov 9, 2019
Obituary: Leonard Mathew Saari, 81, Of Riverside - Greenwich, CT Patch
Upon moving to Greenwich, he joined the Greenwich Choral Society as well as the First Congregational Church Choir and also sang and performed in Connecticut Grand Opera, Westchester Hudson Opera, and several local Gilbert & Sullivan productions. For many years he was an enthusiastic member of the Off Sounders, a local acapella men's singing group. Len and his wife travelled and performed in Greenwich Choral Society concerts at Christ Church, Oxford; Winchester Cathedral; Westminster Abbey; the Cathedral at Chartres; the Madeleine, and Notre Dame.In Boca Grande he enjoyed singing with the Barbershop Chorus, Bocapella, the Boca Grande Chorale, and the St. Andrew's Church Choir, and he performed in many musical show productions, including Godspell, Mame, and Guys and Dolls, during eighteen years of warm winter months.The entire family has wonderful memories of skiing trips to Europe, Canada and throughout the United States when the children were younger. In later years Yanna and Len played golf at Greenwich Country Club and Lemon Bay Golf Club, with vacations at many world famous golf courses, among which are Pebble Beach, Sea Island, Pinehurst and St. Andrew's.Len is survived by his wife, Yanna, his daughter Allison Saari Byrne and her husband, Josh, his sister, Shirley Doak, and several nephews and nieces. He was predeceased in 2012 by his daughter Karina.A memorial service is planned for Saturday, November 16, at 11:00 AM at the First Congregational Church of Greenwich, 106 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich, CT. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to the First Congregational Church of Greenwich or to the charity of your choice. Oct 10, 2019
Winston Flowers Acquires L'Olivier Floral Atelier - PerishableNews
New York City.
The acquisition of L’Olivier marks a new chapter for Winston Flowers following its expansion from Boston to Greenwich, Connecticut in 2012, and most recently, New York City. The 2018 opening of a 12,000-square-foot NYC design studio represented a major evolution for the company—three generations in the making—from the company’s founding as a floral pushcart in 1944 by Robert Winston and his son, Maynard. Today the company is led by brothers David and Ted Winston, who have stewarded the company through this strategic evolution while continuing to honor its New England roots.
“This is an exciting time for Winston Flowers,” said Ted Winston. “Since expanding into New York City last year, it’s been invigorating to watch our business grow and evolve in new ways. We are delighted to share the stunning work of Olivier Guigni and his talented team with a new roster of clients. It’s a thrill to begin servicing marquee spaces such as Daniel Boulud restaurants, The Plaza Hotel, and The Carlyle Hotel, as well as many high-profile residential clients.”
David Winston said, “L’Olivier and Winston Flowers share an abiding passion for innovative design, unrivaled service, and a deep commitment to our clients. I’ve always respected and admired Olivier’s design work and look forward to our two teams providing beautiful, inspiring floral services together.”
L’Olivier founder Olivier Guigni, known for his innovative designs, w... Sep 19, 2019
Delaware Valley Floral Group Opens Long Island Distribution Center and Acquires CP Flowers Direct, Inc - PerishableNews
Edison, New Jersey; Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Erie, Pennsylvania, Hauppauge, New York; Syracuse, New York; Berlin, Connecticut; Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida; and Oxnard, California. dvfg.com
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Frederick Costello Obituary - Lee, MA | The Berkshire Eagle - Legacy.com
June 11, 1937 in Pittsfield MA, to James V Costello, an immigrant from Spain and Elsie Broga whose American roots trace to 1630 settlers of Connecticut. The couple raised Fred and his two siblings on the family farm on Greenwater Pond in nearby Becket-- a modest homestead on land granted to Andrew Broga, Elsie's great grandfather, for his service in the Revolutionary War. Fred and his brother John lovingly maintained the property over the years and because of their generosity, ensuing generations have enjoyed fishing, late-night bonfires and flashlight tag on its grounds. Fred graduated from Lee High School and earned a BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he majored in chemical engineering and pursued football, Greek life, and of course, his girlfriend Nancy, to whom he proposed before graduating. Fred and Nancy went on to raise six children while Fred led a long and accomplished career with Union Carbide. The family lived in six states and Fred especially enjoyed the years he spent in Hong Kong and Tokyo. After their children were grown, Fred and Nancy settled in Washington, CT, where on Sundays you could hear Fred, a skilled tenor, singing hymns from the balcony at Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Music infused Fred's life, whether he was listening to the Boston Pops with his family on a picnic blanket under the stars at Tanglewood, or leading his children in song while he played the autoharp. His children and many grandchildren inh... Aug 22, 2019
Chloë Sevigny on creating her debut fragrance Little Flower - i-D
Southern California florist. And I’m from Pakistan where jasmine and rose and tuberose are part of the culture. CS: And I’m from Connecticut! What’s the scent culture of Connecticut?CS: As a teen? There were the bad boys that wore Drakkar Noir. The good girls wore Benetton Colors. The rose scent is so classic, which seems at odds with both your vibe and that of Régime des fleurs. CS: I’ve always loved rose, and been attracted to kind of “off roses.” And Régime had never tackled the rose so I thought it would be interesting for them to come up with their own version of a rose. AR: We thought, if we ever did a version of a rose, it would have to be with her. We always associated her with rose. So this was a long-term ambition. CS: Early on, when they started the company, obviously we were old friends and had collaborated. Ezra used to style me for certain events, and I worked on the films with Alia… we also worked on a clothing company for a bit. So we’ve always been collaborating in different art forms and whatnot. And hanging out and being friends! And then they started this company together. AR: When I got to know Chloë was when she would come to our party in LA. She was filming Big Love and she’d come and dance all night and have drinks with us. The party was named after a scent molecule that’s naturally occurring in gardenias and jasmine. It smells like rot and decay! CS: Then they started their company, and of course I fell in love with the products, the bottles, the whole ethos. They involve lots of artists and different collaborations, and it’s more than just a perfume company. They have residencies, and give grants to experiment with scents in different regions. And so I wanted to help my friends! They wrote this beautiful poem to St Therese, which I read, and which Alia directed and recorded. And we did some provocative photos for their website! AR: For the imagery we sent her all these beautiful, romantic 19th century paintings of people wearing beautiful dresses with rose petals swirling around them. Those were our references for her photos. And then she sent us the Polaroids she did and she was butt naked in all of them. CS: Well that’s the tricky thing when you’re promoting perfume, most fragrances, as we know, are attached to brands, so it’s easy to wear the fashion of that brand. This one is different. Photography Andrew MoralesPhotography Andrew Morales What would the fashion of Régime be?Ezra Woods: Historical. AR: When we started Régime we were inspired by three things:18th century court culture in Europe, arly 90s, late 80s youth culture in LA and NYC, where we are from and classical antiquity. So we combined those three things. We were never interested in doing anything literal. CS: All your scents have been unisex, and I would say that Little Flower is more femme. Although I’m working with Luca Guadagnino right now, and I was wearin...