Pittsburgh’s Fox and the Fleur Expands to Second Location

After a successful initial nine months in their first retail store, Anne Dickson and her team at flower shop Fox and the Fleur are opening a second location on Wednesday, July 12, in Sewickley.

Fox and the Fleur’s Aspinwall-based flagship store currently offers floral arrangements, home and garden merchandise, and bespoke giftware. Meanwhile, the new Sewickley spot — whose interior aesthetic was led by Pittsburgh native and popular designer Leanne Ford — will offer a mix of much of the same; beautiful flowers meant to celebrate life’s special moments alongside wares to enhance the home. 

A TABLE favorite offering is Fox and the Fleur’s floral design workshops, where attendees of all skill levels are provided with tools, flowers, and vases and guided by Dickson through the process of creating various seasonal floral arrangements.

“Over the last year, many of our clients North and West of the City have encouraged us to look toward opening a second location in closer proximity to them,” says Founder Anne Dickson. “Recognizing an opportunity in the market and attracted to the charm and style of the region, we decided to go for it. We are so excited to open our doors on July 12 and offer people the full Fox and the Fleur experience.”

Dickson launched her floral design business in 2016 with the aim of providing others with the quiet luxury of cut flowers in their home. Since then, Dickson’s team has grown to include more than 13 employees and multiple business channels, including workshops, weddings and events, container gardening, and more.

Story by Jordan Snowden

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