Wednesday, May 9, 2018 – Casa Dragones Tequila and the renowned fashion brand made a special collaboration on a global scale: a month-long celebration of art, design and Mexican culture, in the space of 3.1 Phillip Lim in the “City of Angels” Los Angeles, California.
On May 4, Tequila Casa Dragones was part of this 3.1 Phillip Lim exhibit and provided assistants with cocktails as well as Casa Dragones Joven from Casa Dragones Tasting Room, an itinerant space inspired by the original Tasting Room designed by the winner architecture office Meyer Davis, located in San Miguel de Allende, which arose from a deep desire to showcase the identity of this tequila house, transporting its esence to the terroir of Tequila, Jalisco, at the same time offering attendees a sensory experience with tequila as the main feature.
In addition, during the event was enriched with live presentations of the bands Sin Color and Mexican Standoff and the public was able to taste the canapés created by Jessica Koslow, Sqirl, and Gabriela Cámara, from Contramar.
Throughout the month of May, the Casa Dragones Tasting Room pop up will serve as a point of reference for the variety of cultural program presented by Casa Dragones, which includes all kinds of different activities, from film screenings to tequila tasting classes.
It will also include the work of leading Mexican artists, such as the installation of a hat collection created by Claudia Fernández, a sculpture by Emanuel Tovar and photographs by Graciela Iturbide, which will be displayed during the shop’s working hours.
The alliance between these two brands arose thanks to the craftsmanship of their respective branches, where Casa Dragones is dedicated to the creation of an ultra-premium tequila that maintains the elegance and nuanced subtleties of this spirit, representing the best of a modern and traditional Mexico, in combination with the outstanding work of 3.1 Phillip Lim, a group dedicated to create unmatched garments and accessories with a unique style.