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Current Obsessions: Old-School

September 8, 2018

From dried-flower arrangements to finding hiking trails wherever you are: Here’s what came across our screens this week.

Are dried flowers trending? Grace & Thorn in Hackney, London, is holding workshops on the art of the dry terrarium, pictured. (The next one is on Tuesday: Get all the details here.) And David Stark recently debuted eight arrangements for Vogue Living, with dried ferns, grasses, and flowers; see the results here.
Above: Are dried flowers trending? Grace & Thorn in Hackney, London, is holding workshops on the art of the dry terrarium, pictured. (The next one is on Tuesday: Get all the details here.) And David Stark recently debuted eight arrangements for Vogue Living, with dried ferns, grasses, and flowers; see the results here.

Plus, a couple of plant swaps:

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