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Order flowers and gifts from Kashmir Gardens Florist located in Cashmere WA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 209 Woodring Street, Cashmere Washington 98815 Zip. The phone number is (509) 782-2071. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Kashmir Gardens Florist in Cashmere WA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Kashmir Gardens Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Kashmir Gardens Florist
Address:
209 Woodring Street
City:
Cashmere
State:
Washington
Zip Code:
98815
Phone number:
(509) 782-2071
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 2, 2017

Debra Messing 'allergic to wool, cats, cashmere and flowers'

Debra Messing has a huge number of allergies, including wool, cats, cashmere and flowers.The 'Will and Grace' actress attended an event for Haute Living magazine at New York restaurant Mamo earlier this week but before the bash, the publication was issued with a long list of her allergies to ensure she did not suffer a reaction.The New York Post's Page Six column obtained the list, allegedly sent by Debra's representatives, which read: "Food allergies: Debra is allergic to ALL WHITE FISH, chicken, mushrooms, gluten, dairy, butter (except feta and goat cheese). Debra does not eat game, beans, yogurt, broccoli, cauliflower. She is lactose intolerant. She cannot have cheese or milk (only coconut milk)."Allergies: Debra is allergic to wool, cats, cashmere, down feathers, FLOWERS and gabardine [a type of woven cloth]. The only flower she is not allergic to is orchids."A special menu was provided and all flowers were replaced with orchids.Haute Media Group co-founder Seth Semilof said: "We were happy to provide a vegan and gluten-free menu at the release par... (Kokomo Perspective)

Dec 2, 2016

Amaryllis, paperwhites perfect for holiday decor

Pick up luxurious candles, hand painted silk cashmere scarves, handbags, jewelry and other gifts from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 2 through 4 at a holiday trunk show at Ruth Livingston Studio at 74 Main St. in Tiburon. Enjoy refreshments, validated parking and custom gift-wrapping. Call 415-435-5264 or visit www.ruthlivingston.com. PJ Bremier writes on home, garden, design and entertaining topics every Saturday and also on her blog at DesignSwirl.co. She may be contacted at P.O. Box 412, Kentfield 94914, or at pj@pjbremier.com. (Marin Independent Journal)

May 18, 2016

Mother's Day wine with flowers in the bottle

St. Helena, for her restrained elegance, not always easy with Napa cabs. ? Delia Viader,Viader Vineyards & Winery, Deer Park (Napa), for “Liquid Cashmere” and especially the stunning cab franc called “Dare.” ? Kathleen Inman, Inman Family Wines, Santa Rosa, for velvety Russian River pinot noir. ? Merry Edwards,Merry Edwards Winery, Sebastapol, for being one of the first of the women winemakers in California and showing everyone else how to make pinot. michele.parente@sduniontribune.com ... (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

May 3, 2016

Mother's Day gift and travel guide

Very Lovely Soles (verylovelysoles.com) both make quality inexpensive slippers. If you want to splurge, Minnie Rose (minnierose.com) makes cashmere slippers. The arrival of warmer days means that the sun is out for more hours and that its rays are quite direct. Coola, Kiss My Face and Coppertone all make sunscreens with high SPF counts that maximize skin protection. Sunglasses are also a must to prevent ocular damage. Safilo is the leader in the field of fashionable and functional eyewear, as it has stylish frames in various price points — from ritzy Jimmy Choo and Fendi that run north of $300 to the surprisingly affordable Marc by Marc Jacobs in the $125 neighborhood, to their OXYDO and Polaroid lines that run under $100. If you think mom would like the round rimless specs favored by, most famously, John Lennon and Meg Ryan, you should check out Silhouettes (silhouettes.com). Modasten’s stylish Polarized Italian and 100% UV Italian Collection retail for around $100. If your mother loves to be in the kitchen, Pottery Barn, Sur La Table and Crate & Barrel have every type of cookware imaginable. Kohl’s has exclusive deals with the Food Network and celebrity chef Bobby Flay. All of the aforementioned have a large inventory of art frames, trays and petri dishes in all shapes and sizes as well. Staying in shape is important for everyone. Ryka is one of the few athletic shoe companies that makes running shoes and other types of sneakers exclusively for women. The Jibs Life (thejibslife.com) makes a comfortable slip-on for a stroll on the boardwalk. Some older mothers are technophobes and know little or nothing about things that a lot of us take for granted, such as the internet and email. If you’re afraid that your mom would be intimidated by a desktop or laptop computer, then start her off with an inexpensive tablet such as those from Samsung, Acer or Lenovo, or the Amazon Kindle Fire. She can protect her mobile devices and laptops with cases from Otter Box. Brush Cases makes artistic protectiv... (Queens Chronicle)

Apr 22, 2016

How do you present shop for the Queen?

No expensive presents at Christmas, that's where Princess Diana fell foul. "She bought cashmere jumpers, and it was a big mistake."Something homemade... Perhaps aware of Princess Diana's difficulty, the Duchess of Cambridge admitted she was stuck for ideas for her grandmother-in-law before her first Christmas at Sandringham. In the end, she opted for a jar of homemade chutney. "I was worried what to give the Queen as her Christmas present. I was thinking, 'Gosh, what should I give her?'" she said in her first solo television interview."And I thought back to what would I give my own grandparents. And I thought, 'I'll make her something.' Which could have gone horribly wrong. But I decided to make my granny's recipe of chutney."I was slightly worried about it, but I noticed the next day that it was on the table. I've noticed since she's done that on lots of occasions and I think it just shows her thoughtfulness, really, and her care in looking after everybody."Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping chose to show off his family's talents by giving Her Majesty two CD/DVD sets of music starring his wife, Madame Peng Liyuan, entitled The Chinese Opera Mulan.No iPods There was some criticism in the British press in 2009 when it emerged that Barack Obama had given the Queen a gift of an iPod loaded with some of his speeches and pictures of his inauguration.There were also raised eyebrows when the president gave the former UK prime minister, Gordon Brown, a DVD box set of classic American films - reportedly coded for viewing only in the US.First Lady Michelle Obama has done better than her husband. On her last visit to London, she gave the Queen silver - a Tiffany sterling silver honeycomb and bee bud vase.She also brought a gift box containing lemon verbena tea, a candle, two small pots of honey and a jar of ... (BBC News)

Dec 4, 2015

Fashion designer Adam Lippes' collection in full flower

We reshot it, then printed it on silks, crepes and cashmere. Q: What do women most commonly ask you at trunk shows? A: “What’s your favorite piece?” That’s a hard one because if it wasn’t my favorite piece it wouldn’t be there. What I take that to mean now is: “What’s your favorite piece for me?” Q: Are there any eternal lessons you carry with you from your eight years working with Oscar de la Renta? A: As you can see, my style is very, very different from Oscar’s, but from him I learned about quality, luxury, fit and that our goal is for a woman to try something on and smile. There’s also nothing wrong with the word “pretty”; it’s not a four-letter word. I didn’t go to fashion school; I studied psychology at Cornell and worked in investment banking first. I learned everything from University de la Renta. Q: How did you find your way to fashion from psychology and investment banking? A: I studied art history in Paris for a year. I grew up in Buffalo, N.Y., which is not exactly the capital of fashion. I’d always wanted to be a designer but I came from a family of doctors and lawyer and it didn’t seem in the realm. When I was in Paris, I saw fashion really was an entire world. I was working at Bear Stearns at the time and I quit and ended up working at the Polo Ralph Lauren store for a year just to get my foot in the door, assisting the store manager. When she left and went to Oscar, I went with her. I wound up as a creative director there at 26. Q: Are there any artists you revisit for inspiration? A: Midcentury American is probably one of my biggest (inspirations) — from Agnes Martin, who was the inspiration for one of my last collections, to Rothko to Alexander Katz. Portraiture of all eras is very big for me, especially German portraiture. I like moody art, things you can get lost in. Art is the most personal thing you can have in your house, so you want things you can live with. Tony Bravo is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. E-mail: tbravo@sfchronicle.com ... (San Francisco Chronicle)

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