New shop opens with a festival

| 15 Feb 2012 | 09:17

    Spanish design, music and cheese are part of the fun Lafayette — It will be Spanish Night in Olde Lafayette Village on Saturday, Sept. 17, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., when Adiel Jewelry Company offers a cultural taste and show of Spain for their grand opening. The evening kicks off with refreshments including a selection of Spanish cheeses and accompanying beverages. Trees will be artfully lit at the new public bistro seating. Visitors can stroll through the gallery, glass in hand, while listening to soothing Spanish-themed classic guitar by George Stritter. Adiel's jewelry designers Neysa Caceres, formerly with Donna Karan; Felix Sanchez and Rebecca Pratt, will be on hand to talk with visitors, who can sell all the new designs in their modern boutique. To cap off the evening, Salsa music will be featured at Village Hall. After visiting the gallery, follow the lighted path to the music. Beginning at 7 p.m., DJ Mad Mike and New York City-based Salsa instructor Jean-Paul Philippe will be on hand to teach a few moves for those who need it. Festivities are located at Adiel, below Bass, and continue until 9 p.m.. About Adiel: Adiel Company is a family owned and operated design studio. All pieces are created in the United States made of materials from all corners of the World. In 2005 a few members of the family came together to create Adiel Company, each one bringing their own set of skills, talents and creative edge to create a variety of designs that they describe as "classic, cutting-edge, unique, and most of all inspired." For more information visit