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Fleur de Villes

Fleurs de Villes’ Fresh Floral Showcase Returns
to Bal Harbour Shops

MARCH 1st – 10th

Bal Harbour Shops will host the worldwide launch of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE, a fresh floral celebration inspired by remarkable female artists in celebration of Women’s History Month. This stunning 10-day cultural event taking place March 1st-10th will display fresh floral installations including Bal Harbour Shops’ two floral mannequins inspired by fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli and artist Yayoi Kusama. The floral artistry will showcase some of South Florida’s most creative florists.

Floral Fêtes


Stop and smell the florals. Hosted throughout the dates of the Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE, there will be a series of floral fêtes that will take place throughout the Shops. From large cocktail celebrations and special brand activations to a floral inspired high-tea and mixology demonstration, Bal Harbour Shops’ Fleurs de Villes festivities are in full bloom.

 

 

Members Only: Bal Harbour Shops Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE Opening Cocktail

March 1st, 6 pm
Level 1 & 2, Center Courtyard/Sculpture Garden
Invite-Only

Bal Harbour Shops invites Access members to an opening cocktail party to celebrate the worldwide launch of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE. Members will be treated to canapés and cocktails courtesy of Una Vodka, and receive a first look at the 2024 fresh floral showcase. This invitation is invite-only and available to fully registered Access members. Access members must RSVP to the specific event invitation to attend.

Vhernier Cocktail

March 1st, 6 pm – 8 pm
Vhernier Boutique, Level 2, Suite 223

Vhernier invites guests for cocktails and to experience the Vhernier story told through Calla lilies.

Missoni Floral Bar

March 1st – 2nd, 1 pm – 5 pm
Missoni Boutique, Level 2

Stop and smell the florals. In celebration of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE, Missoni will host a florist and floral bar in-store to provide fresh blooms to existing and new clients attending Fleurs de Villes.

Gianvito Rossi Access Delight

March 1st – 10th, (while supplies last)
Gianvito Rossi Boutique, Level 1

In celebration for Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE, Gianvito Rossi presents their SS24 collection with an exclusive delight for Access members. Visit the Gianvito Rossi boutique during Shop hours throughout the Fleurs de Villes show to receive your exclusive delight, while supplies last. 

ABA

Aba’s Fresh, Floral, & Al Fresco Happy Hour

March 2nd, 3 pm – 5 pm
Aba, 2nd Level Mezzanine

In celebration of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE at Bal Harbour Shops, Aba will host an al fresco happy hour event featuring fresh floral cocktails, Mediterranean bites and an exclusive meet and greet with Fleurs de Villes co-founder Karen Marshall.

Guests will be greeted with an Island Rose cocktail, and enjoy passed and stationed hot and cold mezze as you take in the lush surroundings and botanical beauty of ARTISTE inspired floral installations. Don’t miss out on the raffle for a chance to win a custom bouquet of your own, designed by the team behind Fleurs de Villes. 

Aba’s Fleurs de Villes Happy Hour Event is complimentary to attend and includes a welcome cocktail, passed bites and one raffle entry. Additional beverages and food will be available for purchase.

Harry Winston

House of Harry Winston

Saturday, March 2nd
Location: Harry Winston boutique, Level 1

In celebration of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE, The House of Harry Winston invites you to discover the beauty and brilliance of their jewelry and timepiece collections.  The House welcomes Access members to enjoy an in-salon experience with a special keepsake.

Rene Caovilla High Tea

Bal Harbour Shops Fleur de Villes High-Tea presented by Rene Caovilla

March 4th, 4 pm
Sculpture Garden, Level 2
Invite-Only

Indulge in a timeless ceremony of afternoon tea. Reimagined with a floral twist, this special-edition High-Tea in celebration of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE will be hosted by Bal Harbour Shops and Rene Caovilla with special tea service courtesy of Avenue 31 Café. This event is a private event by invitation only.

Brunello Mixology event

Bal Harbour Shops and Brunello Cucinelli Floral Inspired Mixology Demonstration presented by Gio Gutierrez

March 6th, 6 pm
Brunello Cucinelli Boutique, Level 1
Invite-Only

Bal Harbour Shops and Brunello Cucinelli invite Access members to a floral infused mixology demonstration hosted by industry expert, Gio Gutierrez to toast the launch of Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE. This event is a private event by invitation only.


Feast of Florals


Throughout Fleurs de Villes ARTISTE our coveted Bal Harbour Shops restaurants will celebrate this showcase with floral inspired menu items. An event for all the senses, See, Sip and Savor your way through Bal Harbour Shops during your time at Fleurs de Villes.

Limited-Edition Menu Items
Available March 1st -10th

ABA

Isand Rose

Ketal One grapefruit rose, lychee, mango, lime

Rose Pavlova

Raspberry sorbet, pomegranate, berries, hibiscus, black pepper

* In honor of National Women’s Month, a portion of the proceeds from the Fleurs de Villes menu will be donated to United Way Miami Women Unlimited, an organization made up of purpose-driven women, passionate about making a difference through philanthropy and service.


Avenue Café 31

Hamachi Avocado Rose

Hamachi with avocado, herb, lemon aioli, olive oil


Le Zoo

Femme Violet

Hendrick’s Flora Adora, fresh lemon juice, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, crème de violette


Makoto

Hanakotoba (Japanese for language of the flowers)

Ketel One vodka, blood peach puree, lime, aperol-orange foam, edible flower garnish, and served in a flower glass


Featured Mannequins

More to bloom, additional floral mannequins, coming soon.

Yayoi Kusama
Presented by Bal Harbour Shops

Yayoi Kusama

Created by Aniska Creations

Known the world over as the Queen of Polka Dots, Yayoi Kusama’s mother didn’t want her to become an artist and tore up her early drawings. Inspired by hallucinations she had of talking flowers as a child, she went on to have a prolific career as a multimedia artist of international acclaim. Dressing in polka dots and wearing a bright red wig, her persona is itself a work of performance art. Even though she has spent 42 years of her life in a psychiatric institution, her lifetime influence extends to music, design, art and fashion.


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Presented by Bal Harbour Shops

Elsa Schiaparelli

Created by Jassi & Co Creative

Elsa Schiaparelli, born in Rome, Italy, was an influential fashion designer known for her surrealist approach to clothing. Schiaparelli’s career as a fashion designer spanned from the 1920s through the 1950s. Schiaparelli’s creations were characterized by their bold colors, inventive use of materials, and incorporation of surrealistic elements into high fashion. Schiaparelli found her signature color in Shocking Pink – coined as such due to her bold, avant-garde designs in clothing and beauty, which often involved the collaboration of many well-known visual artists of her time.


Elisabeth Louise Le Brun
Presented by Le Zoo

Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun

Created by Le Stem

Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, born in Paris, France, was a prominent portrait painter of the 18th century. She primarily worked in oil on canvas, showcasing her exceptional talent for capturing the likenesses of her subjects with a graceful and flattering touch. Vigée Le Brun gained significant recognition for her portraiture during the ancien régime in France, becoming


Uemura Shoen
Presented by Makoto

Uemura Shoen

Created by MOLLY Flowers & Decor

Uemura Shōen was born in Kyoto, Japan in 1875, at a time when it was unusual for a woman to become a professional painter. She went on to become one of Japan’s most renowned female artists, reaching a level of recognition that was previously unheard of when she became the first woman to receive the esteemed Order of Culture award. She was mostly known for her paintings of female figures, known as bijin-ga. Traditionally, bijin-ga paintings were of courtesans, but in a more modern interpretation of the genre, Shōen chose to celebrate ordinary woman as opposed to idealized entertainers.


Tamara de Lempicka

Tamara de Lempicka

Created by La Feterie

Tamara de Lempicka, born in Warsaw, Poland, was an iconic Art Deco painter celebrated for her distinctive and glamorous style. Characterized by bold colors, sharp angles, and a sophisticated portrayal of the modern, independent woman, her work left an enduring mark on 20th-century art. Among her notable pieces is “Maternité,” created in 1933, which showcases Lempicka’s versatility as an artist beyond her more famous portraits. In “Maternité,” Lempicka explores themes of motherhood and familial bonds, capturing a tender moment between a mother and child with soft lines and warm hues, diverging from her usual bold and angular style.


Zelda Fitzgerald
Presented by The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour

Zelda Fitzgerald

Created by Rosy Flowers and Tea

Zelda Fitzgerald, born in Montgomery, Alabama in 1900, was a trailblazing figure who defied societal norms during the Roaring Twenties, earning her the title of the first American flapper girl. Renowned for her diverse talents in writing, dance, and painting, she fearlessly challenged traditional gender expectations. As the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda carved her own path, leaving an indelible mark on the vibrant cultural landscape of the Jazz Age. Despite grappling with personal challenges, her legacy endures as a symbol of creativity and resilience, inspiring successive generations with her unapologetic individuality and spirit.


Maria Izquierdo

Maria Izquerido

Created by Formaneta

 Maria Izquierdo, a pioneering Mexican painter born in 1902, emerged as one of the country’s most celebrated artists. Recognized for her vivid and expressive artworks portraying everyday life in Mexico, Izquierdo’s distinctive style fused folk art with modernist techniques, enriching the cultural landscape of Mexican art. Her enduring legacy as a visionary artist who defied norms and empowered future generations of female artists in Mexico and beyond remains a testament to her profound influence and lasting impact on the art world.


Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot

Created by French Floral Designs

Berthe Morisot was a French painter of the late 19th century, in the circle of artists known as the Impressionists. In contrast to her male contemporaries – and reflecting cultural restrictions on her class and gender at the time – Morisot focused on depicting intimate scenes rather than public life. She used women, children, and flowers as common subjects in her depictions of fin-de-siècle France. In 1874, as the only woman alongside her brother-in-law Manet, Degas, and Renoir (to name a few), her work was displayed in what is now known as the first Impressionist exhibition.


Barbara H.
Presented by Vhernier

Barbara Hepworth

Created by Petal Productions

Barbara Hepworth, born in Wakefield, England in 1903, made a significant impact on the art world through her groundbreaking approach to sculpture. Celebrated for her abstract creations, which drew inspiration from nature and the human figure, Hepworth’s artworks radiated a unique sense of balance and natural beauty. Using materials like bronze, wood, and stone, she crafted enduring pieces that deeply resonated with audiences. Hepworth’s enduring influence as an innovative sculptor, pushing the limits of artistic expression, remains a powerful source of inspiration for artists and admirers globally, solidifying her status as a key figure of 20th-century art.


Mary Cassatt
Presented by St. Regis Bal Harbour

Mary Cassatt

Created by Blake Roses

Mary Cassatt, an American Impressionist painter born in 1844, left an enduring legacy through her tender portrayals of motherhood and domestic life. Renowned for her unique perspective on feminine experiences, Cassatt’s art captures moments of intimacy and elegance with exquisite detail. Among her notable works is “Women with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge,” featuring a woman adorned in a pearl necklace, seated in a theater box. Cassatt masterfully depicts the subtle interactions and expressions of her subjects, conveying a sense of sophistication and introspection. Through this painting, she invites viewers to contemplate themes of femininity, leisure, and social dynamics, showcasing her skill in capturing the complexities of human emotion with grace and sensitivity.


Georgia O'Keeffe

Georgia O’Keefe

Created by KateAsFlowers

Georgia O’Keeffe, born in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, USA, was an American modernist artist of the 20th century known for her distinctive paintings of enlarged flowers, New York skyscrapers, and New Mexico landscapes. She gained recognition in the 1920s and 1930s for her innovative approach to art, challenging traditional norms. She primarily worked with oil on canvas, and her signature style involved close-up views of flowers. most assumed an inherent female sexuality to her paintings of flowers, but she often contradicted that asummption, and played with adrogeny not only in her work, but in her own personal style. 


Mickalene Thomas

Mickalene Thomas

Created by Naunet Studio

Mickalene Thomas, a contemporary African American artist, has garnered acclaim for her vibrant and multifaceted works. Born in 1971, Thomas is renowned for her bold and provocative portraits that challenge conventional notions of beauty and identity. Often incorporating rhinestones, acrylics, and mixed-media elements, her artworks exude a sense of glamor and empowerment while celebrating the complexities of Black womanhood. Thomas’ oeuvre encompasses themes of race, gender, and sexuality, offering a nuanced exploration of cultural representation and self-expression. 


Sofonisba Anguissola

Sofonisba Anguissola

Created by Sandy Silvera

Sofonisba Anguissola, born in 1532, defied the norms of her time as an Italian Renaissance painter. Renowned for her portraiture, Anguissola captured the essence of her subjects with remarkable sensitivity and skill. She broke societal barriers by gaining recognition for her talent, becoming a sought-after portraitist among Europe’s elite. Anguissola’s legacy persists as a trailblazing figure who challenged gender norms, paving the way for future generations of female artists to pursue their creative passions with determination and grace.


Beatriz Milhazes

Beatriz Milhazes

Created by Ronicks Design

Beatriz Milhazes, a Brazilian contemporary artist born in 1960, is celebrated for her vibrant and intricate compositions that blend elements of abstraction, pop art, and Brazilian culture. Her bold use of color and pattern creates mesmerizing visual experiences that reflect the vibrancy of her native country. Milhazes’ unique technique involves layering shapes and forms to create dynamic and rhythmic compositions that evoke a sense of joy and exuberance. Her works, often inspired by flora, fauna, and traditional Brazilian motifs, invite viewers into a world of lush beauty and playful abstraction, captivating audiences around the globe with their kaleidoscopic energy and allure.


Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler

Created by Isáchi Flowers & Crafts

Helen Frankenthaler, an influential American abstract expressionist painter born in 1928, revolutionized the art world with her innovative “soak-stain” technique. Renowned for her large-scale canvases, Frankenthaler created ethereal and luminous compositions that merged color, shape, and gesture with remarkable fluidity. Her innovative approach involved pouring thinned-down acrylic paint onto raw canvas, allowing the colors to blend and interact organically. Through her spontaneous and intuitive process, Frankenthaler produced works that conveyed a sense of emotional depth and lyrical beauty, inspiring generations of artists. Her legacy as a trailblazer in abstract art endures, with her contributions continuing to shape and influence the course of contemporary painting.

Floral Installations

Versace Floral Doorway
Presented by Versace

Brunello Cucinelli Floral Doorway
Created by Jassi & Co Creative
Presented by Brunello Cucinelli

Aba Floral Doorway
Created by Kat Saenz Productions
Presented by Aba

Rene Caovilla Floral Doorway
Created by The Soirée Aesthetic Floral Design
Presented by Rene Caovilla

Diptyque Floral Doorway 
Created by My Divine Decors
Presented by Diptyque

Bal Harbour Village Floral Mannequin
Created by Isáchi Flowers & Crafts
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Park Building Floral Ceiling
Created by Carolina Designs
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Bal Harbour Village Floral Swing
Created by Flowers and services
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Founders Circle Butterfly Sculpture
Created by Carolina Designs
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Bal Harbour Village Floral Sculpture
Created by Indigo Hues
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Floral Waterfront Park Sign
Created by Carolina Designs
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Bal Harbour Village Floral Door & Pedestal
Created by DVINE Creations
Presented by Bal Harbour Village

Bal Harbour Village Floral Bike
Created by DVINE Creations
Presented by Bal Harbour Village


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