As You Are’s Flower Pop-up Shop ~ with FDK FLORALS
- 11:00 am - 3:00 pm | Saturday August 06, 2022
- | Ace Hotel Brooklyn
Now open through August –
Every Saturday 11am-3pm, we’ve invited local florists and friends to pop-up at As You Are. Find them by the pastry and coffee cart with fresh blooms and bouquets.
In August, come shop with our friend Fernando of FDK FLORALS.
FDK Florals, founded by Fernando Kabigting is known for the commitment to art in the form of floral design. Fernando is a queer, AAPI, first generation Filipino immigrant, raised in CA, living and working in Brooklyn with his partner and Leonidas – their 8lb Yorkie. FDK Florals compositions are built from the deep desire to cultivate a serene imperfection and designed to suit a specific time, place or personality with shades and shapes that reflect the season.
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