• The Interview: Taylor Tomasi Hill
    She’s the street-style star who spurned a fashion career to de-stress her life, only to accidentally create a blossoming new venture, discovers EVE CLAXTON

    Photographs by BIlly Kidd
    Styling by SOFIA CATANIA

    Creative-director-turned-florist Taylor Tomasi Hill is sitting at home in her airy loft in Chelsea, New York, surrounded by flowers. On her long wooden dining table are pots of peonies, jars of ranunculuses and clusters of anemones in mauves, pinks and whites. With her vibrant red hair tied back in a knot, wearing jeans and a favorite Dries Van Noten shirt, the 35-year-old has just returned from a trip to a nearby flower market and is glowing with contentment.

    It’s a far cry from October 2013, when Tomasi Hill had just resigned

    Sweater by Proenza Schouler; skirt by Karla Spetic

    STYLE RÉSUMÉ

    PROFESSION: Florist

    PERSONAL STYLE: I’m a girl who loves altering boys' clothing

    GO-TO DESIGNERS: Bouchra Jarrar and Sacai for new classics; J.W.Anderson for something fresh; Mother of Pearl for pants; Christopher Kane for a splurge; Givenchy for heels

    FAIL-SAFE PIECES: A Theyskens’ Theory black tuxedo, J.Crew cashmere and Rochas pumps

    MY BEAUTY GO-TOS: Dior Iconic mascara, brow sculptor by Tom Ford and anything by Tata Harper

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