Vogue Flower Market returns to celebrate spring in Madrid

El Mercado de las Flores de Vogue vuelve para celebrar la primavera en Madrid

Spring in Madrid is a real spectacle, because the city is reborn and filled with absolutely irresistible colors and aromas. In addition, to celebrate this occasion, various events take place in the streets of Madrid that, in addition to beautify the city, support and promote local commerce by valuing the work of its professionals.

The Vogue Flower Market returns with its spring edition on Saturday, May 20 to Jorge Juan Street [Between Velázquez and Serrano] presenting numerous floral proposals that will show an interesting balance between new trends in decoration and local craftsmanship.

Public and private collaboration is essential to be able to carry out events as special as the Vogue Flower Market which, with this new edition, will once again fill the capital with joy.

The General Directorate of Commerce and Hospitality of the Madrid City Council, through the Madrid Capital de Moda and Todo está en Madrid projects (within the framework of the agreement signed with Condé Nast), organizes and promotes the event together with Vogue Spain and the Association of Merchants and Hoteliers of the District of Salamanca, District 41.


VOGUE presents a new edition of the Flower Market that vindicates the artisan work and therefore will feature the presence of various brands of local crafts led by enterprising women who will bring the public, their work and products.

Discover the list of participating brands whose creations you can discover if on Saturday 20, you come to Jorge Juan:

Isita home is an ambitious digital platform aimed at the creation and sale of products around the home. At the helm is the Madrid-born Isabel Llanza, who was a stylist for Vogue for 5 years and in turn is the daughter of one of the most renowned interior designers in our country, Isabel López-Quesada.

Can Can Dogs. Cristina Ruiz Montesinos, creative director and founder of Casilda Se Casa, decided to launch Can Can Dogs at the same moment she received a gift: her dog Sancha, a winemaker who changed her life, and with whom the obsession to design the perfect collar for her was born. His first line of products, baptized “Galicia” has had the help of a specialized team in which stands out the craftsman Juan Pérez, from Nigrán, who has worked the materials that shape the leashes and collars that see the light in this collection.

Parda Objetos is a firm of handcrafted furniture with colorful tiles that triumphs in the networks. After a crisis with the acting profession, Alba Ribas and Cala Zavaleta decided to bet on craftsmanship. Parda Objetos is their off-stage project: a brand of furniture with colorful tiles.

Bonjour is an artisanal brand of ceramics handmade by Elena Meseguer, from its design to all phases of its elaboration, (modeling, firing and glazing). Being handmade, all her pieces have irregularities that make them special and different.

In addition, in this edition will be present florists Elena Suarez, Botanyco, Florea, El Florista, Muscari, Maua Studio Floral, Blooms, A Flore Mío, Bucaro and Flores en el columpio, among others.

Along Jorge Juan Street you can stroll around enjoying the wonderful urban garden created by the different stalls of the participating florists. You can also take the opportunity to stay in the Barrio de Salamanca and have a delicious bite to eat in some of its exquisite restaurants or discover the different experiences offered by the stores in the area.

Enjoy Spring in Madrid. Enjoy the Vogue Flower Market.