Photography Thomas Probosch
Styling Andrea Probosch
Hair José Pedro Mota using L´Oréal Paris
Make-up Antonia Rosa Atelier for Tell me with flowers using Gokos
Assisted by • Frederico Simão
Joana Lopes • Ines Pinto de Azevedo • Beatriz Pereira • Diana Ribeiro • Albano Miranda • Mariana Marques
Anthurium (/ænˈθjuːriəm/; Schott, 1829) is a genus of about 1,000 species of flowering plants, the largest genus of the arum family, Araceae. The white Anthurium stands for innocence and purity.
The shamrock is present in symbolism of many cultures. In Christianity it represents the Trinity. Clover stands for summer and symbolizes love. The four-leaf clover is considered a lucky charm.
Oncidium orchids have yellow flowers with reddish-brown spots and are therefore also known as tiger orchids. The name Oncidium derives from the Greek word “onkos” for callus or bulge.
In a Celtic legend Daisies stand for purity and innocence but can also be used to symbolize beauty, love, and fertility, along with motherhood, childbirth, and new beginnings.
The word “pansy” is derived from the mid-15th century French word “penser,” which means to think or ponder. A purple pansy is used to symbolize nobility, beauty, and royalty.