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Uniqlo's AIRism Face Mask Is Here and We Need One ASAP

It's designed to stay comfortable even with extended wear!
Fast Retailing, the parent company of Uniqlo, has announced that they will be making their highly anticipated face masks available starting tomorrow, June 19, in Japan. Uniqlo Philippines, on the other hand, has yet to announce the availability of the face mask locally.The AIRism Mask is made from Uniqlo's AIRism technology, which features
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What Should You Wear Outside Now That the Metro Is Under GCQ?

You can work with what you already own.
Metro Manila is now under general community quarantine after more than two months on strict lockdown. Suspension on public transportation has been lifted, while some establishments have reopened for business. That means that, yes, you can now step outside. The swing of
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22 Local Designers and Brands Making Everyday Protective Gear

Prepare for the new normal whilst supporting local enterprises.
Fashion always evolves over time. Now that we’ve entered general community quarantine, the way we dress won’t be what it used to be. Protection, healthy, and safety, will be the top priorities when selecting what clothes to wear outside. This is where
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Garment Manufacturers, Hospital Suppliers: The UN Needs Your Help!

Join the nationwide database to address PPE needs.
Attention, all garment manufacturers and hospital suppliers, now’s your chance to help our frontliners in the fight against COVID-19.  In a Facebook post last May 20 the United Nations Development Programme in the Philippines announced that they’re  currently working on a platform that
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Uniqlo Is Coming Out with Face Masks Made from AIRism Fabric

Here's everything we know so far.
Retail giant Uniqlo is just one of several businesses and establishments that have reopened in the metro since the modified enhanced community quarantine began on May 16. The Japanese brand is known for practical wardrobe finds like padded bra tops, canvas tote bags, white sneakers, and more. That's why
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Apparently, Using Local Abaca as a Face Mask Filter Makes It More Effective

The sustainable material is also being used for PPEs!
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is dealing with a shortage of materials to be used for creating personal protective equipment. However, the Philippines might be better off, since our native abaca fibers have us covered."[Abaca] is the strongest natural
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You Have to See the Colorful PPEs This Filipino Brand Donated!

The Tannery Manila is also produced nylon taffeta coveralls for frontliners and outdoor protection.
The shops of The Tannery Manila are closed, but work continues. Only this time, the leather specialist is making personal protective equipment (PPE) for doctors and nurses instead of its premium backpacks, totes, and bag accessories. Like many fashion labels, big or
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Would You Buy This Chic PPE Coat and Mask Set?

This stylish safety gear serves a dual purpose.
With quarantine extended yet again, and a cure or vaccine for the coronavirus nowhere in sight just yet, many have begun adjusting old routines and building new habits according to our new normal. Masks are de rigeur for out-of-house errands, and we
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AirAsia Just Introduced Red Hot PPE Suits by Filipino Designer for Its Cabin Crew

They were first used during a recovery flight from Bangkok to Manila.
Low-cost carrier AirAsia is joining the fight against COVID-19. The Malaysian airlines recently launched PPE suits to be worn by its cabin crew as added protection for both flight attendants and passengers during their scheduled recovery flights.  Rendered in AirAsia’s signature red hot
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You Have to See the PPE Suits This Designer Made for PAL Cabin Crew

The suits had a special Filipino touch to them, too!
In line with the enhanced community quarantine, all domestic and international flights via Philippine Airlines have been cancelled until April 30. Last April 14, however, the airline operated two special flights from Manila to Toronto and Vancouver to ferry Canadian citizens who were
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Garment Exporters Are Collaborating with the Government to Produce PPEs

The Industry and Health sectors have teamed up to address the country's deficient supply of protective gear for health workers.
Member companies of the Confederation of Wearable Exporters of the Philippines (CONWEP) will start the local production of medical-grade PPE suits for healthcare personnel, as a response to the government’s call to address the deficient supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the
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Sunnies Studios Donates 3000 Pairs of Protective Goggles to Hospitals

In addition to 5000 prescription frames.
Joining the national effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic is local eyewear brand Sunnies Studios, which has pledged to donate 3000 pairs of certified medical-grade goggles and 5000 pairs of prescription frames to various Philippine medical facilities."Sunnies Studios has pledged to donate 5000 prescription
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5 Creatively Themed PPE Suits That Were Made for Medical Frontliners in Iloilo

Inspired by the likes of "Money Heist" and "Power Rangers," these PPE suits are keeping the frontliners' spirits up.
As our medical workers painstakingly fight the COVID-19 crisis in the frontlines, the fashion industry has taken it upon itself to provide them with badly-needed equipment essential for their own protection. Iloilo-based designers in particular have gone viral on social media lately
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Here's Why 2-Piece Protective Suits Are Being Made for Female Medical Frontliners

"This style was made with the consideration of our women doctors and health workers so that they can go to the bathroom easily!"
Mich Dulce and team members of The Manila Protective Gear Sewing Club have come up with a design for two-piece personal protective equipment specifically designed for female health workers. "This style was made with the consideration of our women doctors and health workers so