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On October 27th, Vogue Mexico and Latin America hosted the first edition of their “Vogue Gala Day of the Dead”, paying tribute to Mexican heritage, where Grupo Anderson’s, a leading restaurant consortium in Mexico, was present with Porfirio’s, a brand known for having the best Mexican food with a contemporary twist.

The gala took place in the Historic Center of Mexico City. The aim of the event was to showcase and honor Mexican design and culture, where each corner was decorated with different concepts such as papel picado, catrinas, lion’s claw flower, and of course the famous and emblematic catrinas.

Fashion Happening Benito Santos

The Fashion Happening was presented by Benito Santos, a renowned Mexican designer, where he showcased his latest collection, paying tribute to the famous Mexican singer Juan Gabriel with each of his designs.

The catering for this first edition was provided by one of Grupo Anderson’s brands, Porfirio’s, a restaurant that renews the concept of urban and contemporary cuisine. During the event, the brand offered each of the guests the most representative flavors of Mexico to create a sensory experience in every bite with first-class ingredients and unique preparation techniques. One of the dishes that could not be missing was their exclusive seasonal recipe for “pan de muerto” (bread of the dead).

Catering by Porfirio’s

This first edition was attended by big celebrities such as Natalia Jimenez, who was the host, Paulina Goto, Mariana Zaragoza, Alfredo Martinez, Renata Notni, and Jay de la Cueva.

After the runway show, the party began, where all the guests could enjoy a show in which Carlos Rivera, the star guest, performed and impressed everyone with the lyrics of his best songs. To commemorate the Day of the Dead, he closed with the lyrics of “Recuérdame” (Remember Me), where all the guests sang with feeling and emotion.

To end the night, one of the most beautiful and emblematic traditions of our country could not be missing, a line of mariachis, who entered playing the most recognized songs that all Mexicans carry in their hearts.

If you missed the opportunity to try the flavors of Porfirio’s, we invite you to visit any of their branches.