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Throughout history, a couple embarking on a romantic escape to Venice has been hugely popular and Harry’s Dolce Vita imagine the Royal newlyweds in this iconic Italian city of love following their wedding.As with any happy couple visiting Venice, it is expected that they will enjoy a famous tradition dating centuries and step onto the gondola.

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The concept is inspired by Yves Saint Laurent’s home in Marrakesh and the heady days of the 1960’s/70’s; looking specifically to the warm earthen tones of the newly designed Studio KO YSL museum and also the striking colours & lily pads of Garden Majorelle Bluebird in Bloom descends on the King’s Road once more as the courtyard is decked out in a floral fantasy.Simply take a photo in their design whilst wearing one of their fresh flower crowns and add it to Instagram, tagging them in the photo and they will announce the winner later in the week.The key concept stems around “tea-time in an early summer garden, with rich flowers” and has been created by florist, Frida Kim.Step off the streets of the King’s Road and into a world of kaleidoscopic surrealism filled with floral walls, featuring bright Chrystanthemums in contrasting colours and fractal patterns.In a psychedelic display, Monica Vinader has transported its Chelsea flagship back to an era of peace and love in partnership with Neeva Jay.Powerful, angular lines and high contrast colour are indicative of Lucas Hugh making this kaleidoscopic concept engineered with the structural Strelitzia the perfect fit.

“LOVE IS LOVE” The Theme “Love Is Love” was originally inspired by Kiehl’s resident skeleton “Mr. Kiehl’s Since 1851 has long and rich scientific traditions as well as a profound respect for the medical community.

Venice is the famous city of love, with a stunning backdrop of waterways, bridges, palaces and churches at every corner.

In fact, the entire history of Venice is intimately linked to Cupid.

Rebel Rebel chose Strelitzias for their striking colour, dynamic lines and architectural nature but also for their symbolism.

Otherwise known as the Bird of Paradise flower, Strelitzias are said to represent joyfulness and of course, paradise – a physical representation of the euphoric beginnings of The Summer of Love.

This is an interactive element which will allow guests to sit in the romantic Gondola, which will rest on a sea of blue flowers against a stunning ‘rainbow heart’ flower backdrop.