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Hope for Flowers Launches Its Artisan Studio!

Hope for Flowers Launches Its Artisan Studio!

Written by: Leslie Reese The Hope for Flowers Artisan Studio...
Coloring the worlds of youth with arts enrichment

Coloring the worlds of youth with arts enrichment

We are delighted to welcome neighbors and friends into our newly opened Midtown location as we celebrate the launch of our youth programming this October.  

Small Biz + Sustainability: Meet Eugenie and DITNB

Small Biz + Sustainability: Meet Eugenie and DITNB

Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do at Hope for Flowers. But how do we define sustainability? What does sustainability mean to us?

Today We Will… be in the now.  Joining the N Voices Collective.

Today We Will… be in the now. Joining the N Voices Collective.

It was a chilly day in October when I received an email from my dear friend, Steven Kolb, CEO of CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers in America). He introduced me to a woman who had followed my story as I moved back home to Detroit to start my journey in sustainable fashion. The email was an invitation to be featured in Naturalizer's Today We Will platform, which brings visibility to women who are championing social change. 

Preserving the Legacy of Detroit Through Architectural Salvage

Preserving the Legacy of Detroit Through Architectural Salvage

        Sustainability is multidimensional and through creative...
Vogue February 2021 Feature: United States of Fashion

Vogue February 2021 Feature: United States of Fashion

American Vogue’s historical February 2021 issue, featuring Vice President Kamala...

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Leslie Reese is a writer, poet, and teaching artist. She is the founder of folklore & literacy, which uses poetry, books, visual art, music, movement, and performance as gateways to literacy, discovery, and self-expression. Follow Leslie on Instagram @folkloreandliteracy

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