Luxury floral design brand McQueens Flowers announces a second phase in its international growth strategy, with plans to add up to six Flower Schools by the end of 2021 to its schools in London, Seoul and New York.
While the line-up of locations is under wraps, followers of the brand can expect more locations in Asia and North America.
Managing Director Richard Eagleton’s focus is to build on McQueens’ international presence and to put the brand physically within reach of more people – both as students and as consumers.
Drawing upon his creative training at Central St Martins and his career in international luxury brands including Dunhill, Waterford Wedgwood, AGA and Fired Earth, Richard is tapping into new global markets.
The business is almost 30 years old. Their work can be seen in spaces including Claridge’s in London, The Peninsula New York and the Banyan Tree Seoul, as well as commissioned art installations at The Venice Biennale and London’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2019.
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