UK: Queen Of The Trimmings Scene
Ten years ago, Annabel Lewis was a frustrated florist. Furious at the apparent inability of suppliers to offer ribbons and other trims imaginative enough to complement the creative arrangements her clients wanted she embarked on a one woman quest to find something better. It was a journey that would see her as far from her London headquarters as Japan and the American west coast, taking in en route every major European capital city, and in the process changing the course of her career.
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