From the coves of Malaga to the islands of Rhodes and Cyprus, the Mediterranean Sea bathes the small white towns that dot its coast. The reflection of the sun in its calm green waters, rocks on the small waves that
They break on the shore. This soft calm is interrupted by the murmur of men at work. Standing on their small boats, they collect the nets that are already empty after a day of fishing.
Admiring that ritual is almost hypnotic. His routine has become the most wonderful show I've seen in a long time. I observe them from the sand, fine and white, on which I walk barefoot. I kneel down
to pick up with my right hand a handful of that same land, as if it were possible to take with me a little of that happiness that I feel at this moment.
That same feeling is what inspires the new Mediterranean collection, a series specially designed for brides this summer. A collection that reviews the most classic silhouettes of the firm, innovating once again in its shapes and verticality.
For the first time, Verbena Madrid experiments with three-dimensional volume, creating wider crowns with different heights.
Natural pearls and shells are added, as a novelty, to the materials traditionally used by the firm: from silk cord, jute or striking tassels to the iconic raffia embroidery, the house brand.
The series respects a neutral color range, based on broken white and touches of beige that combine with the mother-of-pearl applications inspired by the seabed.