The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of people all around the world. Since the pandemic situation is on the decline, people are catching up to what they have missed during this window.
But for some people, the pandemic lockdown period was presented as an opportunity to do something new and explore avenues that they did not have time for. And this article is also about such a story where Gregor Clemens has a very artistic revival during that period of time. Gregor was supposed to get married to his partner in 2020. The pandemic forced the wedding to be canceled and it was postponed for another 18 months. During this time, Gregor had all the time in the world to prepare for his wedding. So, he made the best of the time that he had and went on with the idea of creating his own wedding outfit! The result was amazing and the details in the making are even more spectacular. Scroll down to read about this amazing process and to check out the final piece below!
They finally got married this October!
He wanted a one-shouldered cape for an effect of drama. So started from scratch.
He created designs and symbols that were valued in their cultures. Bringing in some meaning to what he is wearing.
Their doggo was not allowed as well so, Gregor made sure that he was with them on his cape.
They were embroidered by hand in India. Not only that he create the waistcoat, the jacket and every small piece added were done with precise meaning and value attached to it.
This was their motto of the wedding which stood for “Where there is unity, there is victory.”
Their event took place in London. The venue was the Eltham Palace, this was also a very artistic place since it is an actual palace in ruins until a rich couple bought it and repaired it in the 1930s. The entire event was an exhibition of art and creativity!