U.S. apparel manufacturer will fight to make masks
The brand is increasing production to help fix the shortage of face masks and hospital gowns as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hundreds of factory operators, pattern cutters and tailors have returned to work, under social distance guidelines, to make N95 masks, non-medical masks and other personal protective equipment for important workers and ordinary citizens now encouraged by the Centers for Disease Control. to wear face masks in public to help stop the spread of the virus. “I chose not to do it,” President Donald Trump said on Friday. “This is only a recommendation.”
However, Hanesbrands, Jockey, Fruit of the Loom, New Balance, LL Bean, Carhartt, Brooks Brothers, Hart Schaffner Marx, Tailored Brands, Reformation, Vera Bradley, Fanatics, and Under Armor are just a few of the American companies that have played a part of the American company. their production reaches the cause
That is on top of a myriad of small initiatives from designers and brands, some of which are sewing supplies at home or donating funds and equipment through the “100 Million Mask Challenge” from the American Hospital Association, “Goggles for Docs, and other movements. Similar initiatives in China and Europe also received financial and equipment support from companies in the fashion and beauty industry
@csiriano, pictured here, was one of the first designers to begin producing masks.
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Report: @boothmoore, @jeanpalmieri, and Rosemary Feitelberg
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