Designer Gustavo Nunez was exposed to the art of fashion at an early age, watching his mother design women's sportswear in his home county of Mexico. He later moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in the fashion industry and eventually arrived in New York. After working for couture houses like Marchesa and Reem Acra, he launched an evening collection of his own in 2017 under VERDIN New York, a brand named after his mother. Nunez's Fall 2021 VERDIN Bridal collection marks his debut into bridal fashion. Scroll to see the Fall 2021 bridal collection from VERDIN Bridal.
VERDIN Bridal Fall 2021
"I'm so proud to share my debut bridal collection. From a child in Mexico watching my mother design and sew her own line, to now creating my own collection in New York, this is my dream come true," said Nunez about the collection. Ahead, looks from VERDIN Bridal's Fall 2021 bridal collection.
In accordance with our diversity pledge, it's our duty to note that at the time of publishing, this brand/designer did not include BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) in their Fall 2021 campaign imagery. We have since reached out to this brand/designer to encourage them to include BIPOC imagery in not only this season’s campaign but in future campaigns as well.
"Iris" off-the-shoulder fit-and-flare wedding dress.
"Rio" strapless wedding dress with bustier bodice and fitted skirt.
"Flora" strapless wedding dress with draped bodice and overskirt.
"Hortensia" V-neck sheath wedding dress with floral jacquard print and tulle overskirt.
"Rosa" cap-sleeved wedding dress with illusion neckline and embroidered tulle.
"Violeta" strapless wedding dress with corset bodice and embroidered tulle.
"Gardenia" strapless embroidered wedding dress.
"Riviera" wedding dress with embroidered and appliquéd bustier bodice and tulle skirt.
"Maria" sequined wedding dress with deep V-neckline.
"Selena" sequined halter-neck wedding dress with tulle overskirt.
"Dalia" V-neck chiffon wedding dress with lace bustier underneath a draped bodice and cape.