The results are in and we have this year’s Chelsea in Bloom champion! This year saw 90 participants compete for the coveted awards; Best Floral Display, Highly Commended and the Innovation and the competition was tougher than ever with each business pulling out all the stops and displaying unique and individual interpretations of the Under the Sea theme.
The results are as follows:
Best Floral Display: Hackett
Highly Commended: Smythson & Kiki McDonough
Innovation Award: Marshall Wace
11 Cadogan Gardens, Artisan du Chocolat, Boden, Boodles, Cassandra Goad, Club Monaco, Free People, Gallery Mess, Hugo Boss, J Crew, Jigsaw, Kiki McDonough, Loro Piana, Moyses Stevens, Peter Jones, Poetry, Poliform, Polpo, Provenance Village Butcher, Rag & Bone, REDValentino, Rigby & Peller, Salon Sloane, Sarah Chapman, Sloane Place, Space NK Apothecary, Sticks N Sushi, The White Company
& Other Stories, Brunello Cucinelli, Bulgari, David Mellor, Dermalogica, Dubarry, Essentiel Antwerp, Giuseppe Zanotti, Kiehl’s, Kings of Chelsea, Laurence Coste, Links of London, Lone Design Club, Monica Vinader, No 8 Partnership, Oliver Peoples, Peloton, Rabbit, T.Ba, The Chelsea General Store, The Fold, The Sea The Sea, Toast, Tom Davies, Yves Delorme
Brora, Budd London, Cosmetics a la Carte, Hamptons International, Hans’ Bar & Grill, Heidi Klein, Hobbs, Michael John, Miista, Nike Women’s, Olivia Von Halle, Really Wild, Rixo, Roger Vivier, Scribbler, The Baby Cot Shop, Zaeem Jamal
Ash, Blaiz, Clarendon, Daniela de Montby, EF Medispa, French Sole, Lema, L.K.Bennett, Penhaligon’s, Sloane Square Hotel, Tateossian, Toni & Guy
You also voted for your People’s Champion and after a total of 14,000 votes were cast, the winner was Peter Jones! Second place went to Hugo Boss and third, Kiki McDonough.
To view the displays, visit the Chelsea in Bloom website here. Or, visit the area itself and soak up the atmosphere surrounded by these incredible floral installations themselves.