July 31, 2018
Following a highly anticipated launch party on June 21st, Maison St-Germain celebrated the successful opening of the beautiful take-over of Rabble’s indoor garden with an exclusive press and influencer event. Running from the first day of British Summer Time until the last, the Parisian inspired garden will be open every day until the 23rd of September. Over the course of the summer, Rabble will be offering unique workshops and pop-ups with beautiful brands that compliment the relaxing environment created by St-Germain. Surrounded by the fresh cut flowers of the botanical hanging garden and the scent of lavender, guests will learn creative skills crafting something personal they can take home. From flower arranging with Wild; calligraphy classes taught by Paper Parade and a modern weave workshop hosted by Moo & Boo a complimentary glass of St-Germain fizz can be enjoyed in the abundance of blue delphiniums. cornflowers and daisies. In addition to these mini courses, a wellness event in aid of the Joshua Nolan foundation will be held within the garden offering mindfulness talks from leading nutritionists and life coaches as well as one to one sessions. Hosted by Angel Pixie Love and other special guests the event includes an exclusive goodie bag with treats from brands like Lulu Lemon. The timetable of events will conclude with a fashion pop up from Rosy Penguin who will bring their stylish Morningside boutique to Rabble, selling contemporary clothing and accessories to set up guests for the new season. Please see accompanying artwork showcasing event dates, times and costs as well as further information on each.
Camille Ralph Vidal, St- Germain Global Brand Ambassador states, ‘We’re thrilled to bring the Maison St-Germain to Edinburgh for the first time with the pop up at Rabble. We’ve had Maison St-Germain London for the past two years and wanted others to know about St-Germain; that it’s the world’s first elderflower liquor and has a truly authentic taste as it is made using only fresh flowers, up to 1,000 per bottle and really experience the world of St-Germain.”