At my table: Floral stylist Jeff Leatham

As artistic director of the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, Jeff Leatham creates legendary floral displays.

For the Sept/October 2011 issue of Vogue Living the stylist took to the rooftop of the hotel to create a table spilling over with floral beauty. Decorated with candles and set with sparkling glasses from the Waterford ‘Fleurology’ collection, for which Leatham serves as brand ambassador, the table was dressed against the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.

Jeff Leatham is most concerned with ensuring a good time for his guests. “For me, the table is the big expression of my personality. If no one is talking to me, that’s okay.”


For a full tour of the fragrant landscape of Leatham’s acclaimed dinner parties and a city guide of the stylist’s favourite Paris haunts see the full story by Susan Owens pages 84-88 in Vogue Living Sept/Oct 2011.

Follow Jeff at twitter.com/JeffLeatham or facebook.com/JeffLeatham.

Photographs: Mikkel Vang
Text: Susan Owen

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6 Responses to “At my table: Floral stylist Jeff Leatham”
  1. Rach says:

    Absolutly stunning!
    Inspirational Jeff ❤

  2. Spectacular floral arrangement, complimenting grandeur scenery! Jeff, you’ve done it again, blown me away! Smell the roses and drink some bubbly for me! Desi

  3. elegancia creativa e interesante en contrastes, felicitaciones!!!!!

  4. Just beautiful. We should all have flowers at the table as part of the ambiance of our meal. 🙂

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