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These Fashion Designers are Making Face Masks and More Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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Did you know that celebrities aren’t the only ones contributing to COVID-19 relief operations? Many fashion designers are also helping in their own little way by producing face masks to making very generous donations. Here are some of them:

Karla Colletto

On March 23, the modern swimwear brand joined the fight against coronavirus. On an Instagram post, the label captioned “We are in the unique position of having our own manufacturing facility and are working towards producing personal protective equipment for our heroes fighting COVID-19.”

Brittany Allen

In her studio in Austin, Texas, the Project Runway star is generating face masks in her studio. She posted an Instagram video of her hard work on March 23 with a caption “Efficiency and assembly line realness. 200 more masks shipping tomorrow for all those medical professionals in need.”

Prabal Gurung

The Nepalese-American fashion designer on March 23, revealed via a long Instagram post that the brand is presently working hand in hand with Governor Cuomo’s office and local hospitals to manufacturing personal protective equipment.

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The PG team has been working tirelessly over the course of the last week to finalize an actionable plan to manufacture PPE for medical workers and first responders who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. As a brand that produces over 90% of our collections in NY, our goal is not only to fill the void of critical PPE, but to mobilize our domestic partners, revitalizing US producers and suppliers. While we are eager to share our progress with you all, the Coronavirus crisis is ever evolving, and as new information is revealed, so are new FDA and state regulations. In this moment, credible and validated information is of the utmost importance for the advancement of all COVID-19 relief efforts. We are currently working in partnership with @nygovcuomo office & local hospitals to secure clearance to produce, and ensure the viability of our output. More updates to follow!

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Michael Costello

On March 23, the L.A.-based designer declared on Instagram that his team is manufacturing non-surgical grade masks for the benefit of healthcare providers, first responders, and hospitals.

Naeem Khan

The designer disclosed on March 23 that his team is waiting for government officials’ go signal regarding their offer to make CDC-approved masks from medically accepted fabric. Khan affirmed in a second post that they’re ready to create 2,000 pieces by Thursday, March 26.

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Nicole Miller

WWD reported on March 23 that the designer is creating masks and hospital gowns for healthcare frontliners amidst shortages in supply.

Cynthia Rowley

On March 23, the New York fashion designer shared a video on her Instagram, which shows how their team is making face masks for everyone, captioned, “Yesterday we made 100 masks and will be making them every day until we run out of supplies – we have a pattern that requires no trim — and will be giving them to members of the community to #flattenthecurve.”

Christina Karin

The founder and CEO of womenswear brand Christina Karin based in Chicago have halted the manufacturing of samples in their showroom to create face masks. Karin posted an update on Instagram on March 22 and wrote, “This week our mission @christinakarinofficial is to help make face masks/covers for hospital workers around the world who are in desperate need.”

Rachel Comey

The independent fashion designer emboldened local manufacturers to connect to government agencies to help supply hospital gowns on March 22. She posted a previous video on March 21 – a tutorial on how to make a DIY face mask at home.

Hanes

The clothing line announced on March 22 via Instagram that Team Hands is “working to help by retrofitting some of our facilities to produce medical masks urgently needed in the U.S. to fight the spread of the virus.”

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Raul Peñaranda

The NYC-based designer, on March 21, informed Instagram followers that he alongside his pattern-maker Marina Nunez is producing face masks for the city’s hospitals.

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