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Vera Wang style arrives in Norwich

15:00 17 October 2012

Mary Murray of Margaret Emms florist with the Vera Wang collection that she will be supplying to customers from the St Stephens Street store. Photo: Steve Adams

Mary Murray of Margaret Emms florist with the Vera Wang collection that she will be supplying to customers from the St Stephens Street store. Photo: Steve Adams

The glamour of New York designer Vera Wang has been brought to Norwich after Margaret Emms Florist has been selected to offer her designs.

The florist, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, is one of a number of Interflora florists which are part of the venture.

From its beginnings in St Stephens Road, the company has expanded and in 2010 opened a second shop in Drayton Road.

Mary Murray, who took over the business in 2004, said: “We are incredibly excited to be one of the Interflora florists selected to offer the collection – our reputation for creativity, quality and customer service is absolutely key.”

Interflora, which is the largest flower delivery network, has more than 1,800 florists across the UK and Ireland which extends to more than 58,000 florists worldwide across 140 countries. photo: steve adams

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