New York, NY, August 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Olga Sahraoui of Sahola Floral Art and Event Design proves again that she brings a beautiful perspective to floral design through her latest creation, floral hats. They are created out of creatively arranged flowers and additional floral complementary elements such as sand, pearls, twigs, and wires. This is largely attributed to her keen eye for design and in part due to her sources of inspiration.
She is prompt to respond to the question, “where do you draw your inspiration for your one-of-a-kind perspective and talent in floral design?” This occurred in part, according to Sahraoui during her honeymoon to Marrakech, Morocco in 2013, specifically during her visit to the 12 acre botanical garden, Jardin Majorelle. This is a garden which was designed by the French artist Jacques Majorelle in the 1920’s and 1930’s, and later owned by Yves Saint Laurent. And Pierre Berge. The garden has been open to the public since 1947. Sahraoui describes the garden as “an amazing, luxurious and vivid place with at least a thousand different species of exotic cactuses and plants.” She continued, “the house features a hint of art deco painted in extraordinary blue and yellow colors,” and “all of this beauty is wallowed in an atmosphere of peaceful silence, encompassed by the aromatic scent of flowers.” Olga stated that she "returned from her honeymoon inspired to rekindle her love of flowers, art and design." As a child, she would accompany her grandmother to her garden, and that is when her love for flowers and seeing flowers as “art” was first kindled.
Olga Sahraoui is largely inspired by Yves Saint Laurent, as she sees floral design deeply based in fashion and art. “Yves Saint Laurent, he is an inspiration to many in the fashion world, and will always be an inspiration to me. I think it is amazing that he outfitted women in blazers and smoking jackets, and introduced attire like the peacoat to the runway.” Being at Jardin Majorelle, knowing that this was his home for many years, “sparked her creativity and immense respect for the fashion world,” she concluded. Olga Sahraoui grew up post Soviet Union, and experienced difficult times, flowers were considered a luxury. She explained, “In Ukraine, where I grew up, there was no such thing as a career in floral art and design, not until the last couple of years. I will always attribute the thought and belief that my talent was rekindled, thanks to the inspiring and magnificent, Jardin Majorelle.”
The website of Sahola Floral Art and Event Design is Saholany.com. The name of her floral art and design company is a derivative of her first and last name. There, Olga Sahraoui’s work is viewable and many have concluded, her floral art and design can accommodate the floral design wants and needs of many clients, focusing on those who understand her unique ability to bring out the best in aesthetics and art through flowers. She works with any client who appreciates beauty through floral design and its unique application. Olga Sahraoui works with everyone from those running corporate affairs, to wedding planners, interior designers and of course, fashion houses and designers. According to Sahraoui, she applies a lot of color and has an eye for creating amazing floral art and design simply seeing “a bend of a petal, a length of a stem, disheveled edges of the leaves and a saturation of a bud,” as art and crucial elements of the design process. In a recent interview, she expressed an interest in working alongside designers such as Chanel, Fendi, Tory Burch, Diane Von Furstenberg, Carolina Herrera, Christian Dior, and more, as well as new and up and coming designers. Many in the fashion world know that Yves Saint Laurent was largely inspired by Christian Dior, as Laurent was introduced to renowned designer Dior by Michel De Brunhoff, editor of French Vogue. Yves Saint Laurent was documented stating, “Dior fascinated me,” for a time he worked as Dior’s tutelage. Yves Saint Laurent fascinates Olga Sahraoui. “His work is a significant part of what inspires my floral art and design frequently.”
Olga Sahraoui expressed that she is currently accepting additional inquiries from designers who have a desire and interest to incorporate her work during their time at New York FashionWeek this fall and otherwise, so that her company, Sahola Floral Art and Event Design may assist with installations, podium decor,hair pieces, bouquets, floral dresses and of course to present her floral hats. She is an established floral artist and event designer based in New York City.
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