Covid-19 infections have been on the rise in the world recently. Hundreds of people are being infected every day. Since the onset of coronary heart disease, all records of daily infections have been broken. Meanwhile, in the midst of all this, fashion designer Tom Silverwood has created wedding gowns with discarded masks lying in different places to amaze the whole world!
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In a world plagued by coronaviruses, the use of masks and PPE kits has grown exponentially. Concerns are growing about what to do with discarded masks, PPE kits. If in some way they are used for some other purpose, then what is evil?
This special gown was created by Tom Silverwood in collaboration with the wedding website ‘Hitchhead’. So that 1500 discarded masks have been used. But Tom’s purpose is not just to make clothes. He also wanted to give a special message to everyone through this. After making the gown, it became more popular when model Jemima Hembro read the gown and did a photoshoot. Again in front of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
Millions of people around the world are always wearing masks in terror. Masks and hand sanitizers are now at the top of the list of daily necessities. Lots of masks are being wasted every day. Fashion designer Tom Silverwood has recently created a wedding gown with a discarded mask lying in different places!
“Slowly we’re getting back to normal,” said Sarah Allard, of the marriage website Hitchhead. Restrictions are decreasing. This time it can be a normal wedding ceremony. There will be a joy with that. And the reason behind making this gown is that a lot of masks have been lost in the Corona situation. Which is never desirable. The decision to make a gown with a discarded mask is not just a symbol. It is clear from this that the discarded mask can be used for good. ‘Source: The Telegraph
It is known that he used a plastic PPE kit on the inside of the gown. The picture of this gown made of different material did not take long to go viral through social media.
Sarah Allard, an editor of the company, said: “We are delighted to have the wedding ceremony resumed in Britain. There will be thousands of weddings this summer. Good times are back for the couple. ”