Designer Jovian helped fight Covid-19, creating clothing for frontliners New Straits Times | Instant News


KUALA LUMPUR: Fashion designer Datuk Jovian Mandagie has chosen to join the fight against Covid-19, by doing what he does best.

He recently revealed on Instagram that he had come in his personal Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) clothing for medical staff caring for Covid-19 patients, as well as janitors and food distributors.

Adding his personal touch to a suit, Jovian said in a post on Instagram yesterday that a white suit is not an ordinary green or blue, because white symbolizes honesty and purity.

“I have come in a white PPE outfit, because it symbolizes the honesty and purity of our front lines. “They are our brave heroes who fight the corona virus, and this is my way of giving these soldiers my full support,” he said.

“You stay strong in the hospital while I make these clothes for you.”

“Amazing Jovian. May God bless your good deeds, “Marisa said.

“Very proud of you, Jovian. Thank you for showing us your appreciation at the forefront. God bless, “said Guna.

“Congratulations on Jovian,” said singer-actor Alif Satar.

Jovian, 34, is one of the country’s top fashion designers whose clothes have been worn by celebrities and nobles.

He has been designing clothes for more than a decade, and regards Alexander McQueen as his biggest influence.


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