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Hattie Fox draws on influences from the natural world, visual art and botany for her creations at That Flower Shop

My relationship with flowers is more of a familiarity than anything else. I grew up around farmers and growers. I launched my business in 2011 working from my warehouse flat then moved to a studio in Hoxton and a flagship store in Shoreditch High Street. We work with a lot of seasonal British flowers and have a small cutting patch in Kent so we have a low environmental impact.

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