The spring festival at Il Baco da Seta

Il Baco da Seta, your women's clothing store , was present on the night of the Spring Festival organized by Dos Aguas Luxury Shopping, and on Poeta Querol Street you saw big-headed lyrics, well-known surnames and a red Porsche. The pompously named 'golden mile' offered special sales, exclusive presentations, live music, cocktails and many other activities to enjoy shopping and forget about burning up your credit card.

It was celebrated on Thursday night and all the stores in the Poeta Querol-Paz-Salvá axis, flagship of the best commerce in the city, opened. Even the Leo Bookstore (if you're a literary junkie and want good recommendations, this is your place). And the activities followed one another. From a live concert at Azabache to a photography exhibition at Martínez Medina , including an exclusive display of the new collection at Loewe and an authentic folie à deux or shared madness at the Rafael Torres jewelry store, which reduced the prices of some pieces by up to 50%.

The party was at night and was orange in color, with centers of orange tulips decorating all the spaces. It couldn't be Marsala, because no matter how much the Pantone Institute has crowned it as the color of 2015, halfway between purple-red and burgundy. Acosta's director, Encarna Roig , opted for green instead of orange with a spectacular floral project by Alberto Collado , from the Mon Verd landscaping studio, which filled the window with almond blossoms and chestnut leaves. Seeing their colorful bags were councilor Mayrén Beneyto , dentist Luz Aguiló , Mª Dolores Enguix from Ópticas Climent, Maire Girona , pharmacist Mila Pous , Mamen Puchades and Guillermo from Joyería Siete, the jeweler brothers Jordán , JR Valle , Pablo Escolá , Cristina Pérez Broseta and Alicia del Saz .

Florist Daniel Fombuena 's clients received an orange tulip as a gift, at Caraffa they played soul music and at Lladró they presented the spring news. At Salvatore Ferragamo the party had an Italian flavor based on parmesan cheese, mozarella, spek, olives and Aperol Spritz cocktails. Mª Ángeles Miguel served as host and received friends and clients such as the president of Cecoval Maribel Cosme, the jeweler Argimiro Aguilar, Begoña Císcar and Dr. Amparo Ortuño from the Rahhal clinic. As it was a fashion party, among the women, high heels and the classic black dress predominated, which is the equivalent of ibuprofen in the medicine cabinet, VISA in the purse, serrano ham in the pantry: essential.

More names. In the Guillermo Miralles store they presented the Etro collection with a majority of male attendance: Daniel Balaguer , the jeweler Manuel Genís , doctor Laínez, Manuel Soler, Cucú Garrigues, Eugenia Pérez-Manglano , José Vicente Tello with his wife Mª Dolores Pérez , Pascual Pomar and his wife Makuca Salinas , among others. And very close by, Lila Albanozzo from Il Baco de Seta put on a fashion show to show her new collection. In the first rows sat the Countess of Altea, Carmen Topete, Carmen Monzonís , Mª Dolores Sra. De Torres , Carmen Romero , the sisters Carmen and Marga Vilarrasa , the pediatrician Juan Antonio Murgui , the journalist Mara Calabuig and Laura Lleó . After the parade there was catering. Eat Drink. That's what it's about, mostly. Praying and loving is from another movie.

And drinking is what the Möet & Chandon fallera route proposes, which was presented at the Balandret hotel. Javier Monedero , from Dicoval Valencia, announced this innovative activity that seeks to unite champagne with the best Valencian gastronomy. On this route, 40 restaurants will offer a Moët & Chandon service by the glass during the Fallas festivities, as well as special menus. The presentation was attended by María Gómez-Polo, Isabel Aliño, Esperanza Vila , the editor Manuel Navarro , the gastronomic critics Sergio Adelantado and Pedro G. Mocholí , as well as numerous restaurateurs.