“This is the most exciting thing that has ever happened to the outside of our shop, and dare I say it, the most adventurous thing ever to happen to a shop on Bond Street!” – James Amos, Director, Boodles
Twilight Trees have partnered with Boodles of Bond Street and Field and Lawn to create the most joyous of installations. Coinciding with the premier of the new Secret Garden film which is out today and the jewellery collection designed by Boodles in its honour.
James continued with; “The beautiful (laburnum) flowers on the outside of our Bond Street shop have arrived at just the right moment in time… they are helping to lift the spirits at a time when everything else seems rather grey.
This is the culmination of a number of years of immersing Boodles in the world of film. And British made film too! The Secret Garden is one of those stories that everyone has a special connection to. We feel so lucky to be involved in this wonderful new film – an adaptation of the original novel.”
“In the film there’s a truly magical scene where the children run through an amazing corridor of laburnum arches. We’ve used white and yellow diamonds to evoke their beautiful flowers. When I saw the finished suite for the first time, I really did think that it felt just like sunshine.” Rebecca Hawkins, Boodles Head of Design
The Secret Garden is a new film adaptation of the timeless best-selling novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett and stars Colin Firth and Dame Julie Walters.
It premiers on Sky Cinema today.
Photography by Kate Izak
As featured on the Unique Venues of London website – Bond Street Installation