The shopping centre has collaborated with internationally acclaimed British artist, Rebecca Louise Law, to create The Beauty Garden, a permanent, inverted garden featuring over 150,000 preserved flowers. The concept will be unveiled on June 22.
The Canopy, the key feature of The Beauty Garden, uses dehydrated flowers as a sculptural material. The Beauty Garden is a new concept curated for enjoyment of health and beauty rituals, with a range of beauty brands positioned in one central destination.
“Beneath the art of The Canopy, guests will enjoy an exceptional sensory experience, move freely between some of the best names in beauty, treat themselves to a pressed juice and get their nails done all at once,” said Law.
The Beauty Garden will be home to a range of iconic Australian and international beauty brands including Melbourne’s Mecca Cosmetica; natural skin care from iKOU; New York-based Kiehl’s; Jacqueline Evans Skincare; Napoleon Perdis; Inglot; Goddess of Nails; Endota Spa in the Kiosk; and Crabtree & Evelyn, alongside nutritionally balanced beverages from Pressed Juices.
“The language of flowers is international. It goes beyond boundaries and cultures. My intention for The Canopy is for people to stop and be brought outside of themselves for a moment,” said Law.
The arrival of The Beauty Garden completes the circuit of Level 2 at Eastland, which enables guests to freely explore iconic Australian and exciting international fashion and lifestyle brands. The new Eastland features more than 350 specialty brands, bringing together contemporary gastronomy, fashion, style and design.
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