With the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly sweeping across the world, no country is likely to remain untouched from its drastic effects. Yet in time of difficulty, it’s comforting to see humanity rising up and standing together to support one another – whether it’s from two meters or 20,000 kilometers apart. As some of the biggest industry players in the world with unparalleled access to raw materials and manufacturing, major fashion conglomerates including Prada, Versace, and LVMH are stepping up and providing resources to the far-stretched fields of medicine, from founding intensive care units and donating face masks to developing hand sanitizers.
Carolina Herrera is the most recent designer to support initiatives of supplying sanitary materials to healthcare facilities to help alleviate shortages for the medical staff fighting at the frontlines. After all, ‘Family togetherness and solidarity are our most valuable assets during difficult times like these’, Herrera explained earlier this week.
The Spanish manufacturer of Herrera’s lifestyle brand CH Carolina Herrera, Sociedad Textila Lonia (STL), is lending resources to begin producing mass quantities of sanitary gowns that are becoming increasingly scarce in Spain as its coronavirus case numbers steadily increase. Each medical garment is created following the strict manufacturing protocols to ensure its effectiveness, with raw material collected from healthcare institutions and transported to STL factories where they undergo a specially adapted production line before heading out for sterilization. In addition to gowns, face masks are also being manufactured to help meet the rising demand for workers in the food industry and preserve their safety.
As we experience this unprecedented global pandemic and ride daily waves of uncertainty and stress, it’s important for all us to remember we are not alone. We are all experiencing this tumultuous time together and it’s up to each of us as individuals to decide how we will react and demonstrate the power of unity and love to one another. As Carolina Herrera de Baez said, ‘It’s time to be more generous, kinder, humbler, more understanding, more open-minded, less judgment, and more loving’.
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Olives, chilies, anchovies, tofu, sushi, liquorice, blue cheese, mushrooms and mayonnaise. Are you a fan of all these foods? It would be very surprising if you were. But why do people love certain foods and turn their noses up at others? A new study reveals that the reason is not just to do with people’s … Continue reading Your Taste Preferences Could Be Down To Your Genes, A New Study Reveals
LONDON – The three young children of Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate are to start at a new school next month, his office announced on Monday, as the family prepare to move to a new home on his grandmother Queen Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle estate. Prince George and Louis, aged 9 and 4, and … Continue reading Prince William And Kate’s Children To Start New School Near Windsor
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PARIS, France – Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are returning to the United Kingdom. The royal couple is ‘delighted’ to work with several charities ‘close to their hearts’ in early September, a spokesperson for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed to Fox News Digital. Harry and Markle will travel to the northern English city … Continue reading Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Set To Visit UK And Germany For Charity Events
LONDON – The Duke of Sussex, who now resides principally in the U.S., has been engaged in a drawn – out dispute over whether he is entailed to pay for his own police protection when visiting the U.K. Earlier this summer, he was granted permission to bring a High Court challenge against the Home Office … Continue reading The Duke Of Sussex Files Second Lawsuit Over Police Protection Battle
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LONDON – Razane Jammal recently walked the ref carpet for the world premiere of the highly – awaited series, The Sandman in London. The Lebanese talent, who is the first Arab actor to join the DC Cinematic Universe, stepped out wearing a delicate number by Dior for star – studded evening. Jammal embraced pared – … Continue reading Razane Jammal Wore A Dior Gown And Diamond Jewelry TO The Sandman Premiere
CAIRO – Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities completed the restoration of the gold compartment at Habu Temple on the western bank of Luxor Governorate. ‘The restoration work was carried out by Egyptian restorers from the Supreme Council of Antiquities’ Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Mostafa Waziry, said in a statement. ‘The process … Continue reading Gold Compartment At Luxor’s Habu Temple Regains Luster