British designer creates a wedding gown out of 1,500 upcycled facemasks; leaves netizens amazed
The pictures of beautiful white gown created by the wedding planner website and supplier marketplace Hitched, made up of 1,500 upcycled facemasks, goes viral.
As the United Kingdom removes Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, people are celebrating their freedom.
A wedding planning agency collaborated with Tom Silverwood, a noted TV and film costume designer, created a wedding gown with the leftover PPE materials to celebrate the return of weddings without lockdown restrictions.
The pictures of beautiful white gown created by the wedding planner website and supplier marketplace Hitched, made up of 1,500 upcycled facemasks, is making rounds on social media, and netizens are going crazy over it.
The asymmetric ruffled gown with puffed sleeves was worn by Jemima Hambro and revealed at a photoshoot near London’s iconic St Paul’s Cathedral.
Adding to it, a mask folded into a hair accessory, golden strappy heels and a simple bouquet have mesmerised both netizens and the onlookers at the venue.
Netizens were delighted to see the extraordinary creativity and praised the designer and the agency for their unique creativity.
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