Coronavirus may have taken its toll on Paris Fashion Week last month, but not all areas of China’s fashion industry are suffering; haute couture may be out right now, but hot zone couture is in.
Coronavirus is spreading across the globe at an alarming rate. With a state of emergency being declared in many US states and FEMA preparing for a National Emergency declaration, you may be asking yourself “How will I manage to stay fabulous and healthy through this impending crisis?” Fortunately, we can look to the runways and the streets of Wuhan for inspiration. While the runways of Paris and Milan saw a notable absence of Chinese fashion designers in February due to the outbreak, the runways of Wuhan were rife with hazmat chic.
This elegant monochromatic poncho and matching phone highlight the clean lines of this mask and goggle respirator set.
Whether it’s a full hazmat suit or just a mask, these citizens of Wuhan are making quarantine casual work in the best of ways.
Two doctors show off their new protective suits at Wuhan’s Red Cross Hospital where their passion for medicine and their passion for fashion collide.
For the fashion connoisseur, coronavirus couldn’t have attacked at a more inconvenient time disrupting our holiest of occasions, Paris Fashion Week. Despite the unfortunate interruption we have seen a surge in apocalyptic inspired collections in recent years by designers who are without a doubt a head of their time.
No need to worry about missing your morning workout. Outrun coronavirus in these epidemic inspired athletic looks fresh off the runway by designer Yin Peng for QIAODAN.
No matter what the season you will be fashionable in any of these weather-inspired pandemic proof pieces from designer Maison Margiela 2018