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Watch Video: The Female Collective's Aude Giraud Shares Three Ways To Style A Christmas Wreath

We head down to the Female Collective's Aude Giraud hip Tiong Bahru home to find out more about how to style a Christmas wreath at home, how to maintain it in Singapore's weather and more.

If there’s one thing you should know about the Female Collective’s Aude Giraud, it is her creative eye for creating floral arrangements that have a romantic, French-European appeal (check out her website at Ask A French Flowers). With Christmas just around the corner, the 32-year-old florist has been busy conducting Christmas wreath workshops (there’s one coming up on Dec 17) and creating them for her clients (she single-handedly made 34 of them for Longchamp’s Spring Summer ’17 presentation two weeks ago).

The type of flowers and leaves that Giraud uses for her wreaths, which starts from $68 apiece, mainly compose of pine, statice, eucalyptus, cotton flowers, lavender and hollyberries. Her reasons? They’re not only long-lasting, but can be dried for decorative purposes too. We spent a day at Giraud’s hip Tiong Bahru home exploring ways to style a Christmas wreath creatively – watch this video to find out how.


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