Vladimir Kanevsky, a former architect turned sculptor, creates the most intricate and beautiful porcelain flowers that look as if they came straight from the garden. Inspired by 18th-century European botanical prints, arrangements take approximately one month to complete as each flower is created and painted entirely by hand. Vladimir’s lush hollyhocks, lilies of the valley, dahlias, and white hydrangeas are breathtakingly realistic with intricate details such as bug-nibbled leaves and caterpillars. His work has appeared in galleries and museums around the world, and his client list includes Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Martha Stewart, Aerin Lauder, Tory Burch, Deeda Blair, Valentino, Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, Oscar de la Renta, Carolyne Roehm, Charlotte Moss, Albert Pinto, and Howard Slatkin. Now an exclusive collection of 24 pieces is available through Moda Operandi. Let’s take a look at some of his creations!
I would love to own one (or 10!) of Vladimir’s exquisite floral creations. To shop Vladimir Kavensky’s collection, please visit Moda Operandi. The sale ends March 20, and the one-of-a-kind arrangements are selling quickly. For ongoing inspiration, please follow via Instagram.