Wedding dress designer makes bridal masks for women getting married during the coronavirus pandemic

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(Photo by Majdi Fathi/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
(Photo by Majdi Fathi/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Bridal fashion designer, Lubna Safadi, creates stylish face masks for brides who practice safety against the coronavirus epidemic but also want to celebrate their wedding day in style.

Lubna thinks that the masks will stay with us as a healthy habit and people will start seeing them as something ordinary. So why not make them a little more fashionable? 

READ MORE: Weddings resume in Wuhan as lockdown is lifted, but big gatherings now frowned upon

"Fashion is affected by all events that happen in the world, whether political events or anything else can affect the human being and [their] needs," says the designer.

Would you incorporate a mask in your wedding day? Let us know here.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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