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Filipino label Una Ricci makes stylish coveralls that won’t make you sweat. 
After face masks, face shields, and (non-creepy) gloves, protective clothing is the final evolution of the COVID-19 armor. While personal protective equipment exists in the market, designer Nina Ricci Eleazar notes how there is a need for PPE that works with the ...
 
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His code name is Los Baños.
Finance Assistant Secretary Tony Lambino got a lot of laughs when he posted a photo of himself in personal protective equipment (PPE) on Facebook.He wore a hooded red jacket and an acetate face shield inspired by characters on the Netflix series Money ...
 
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A car accessories company, whose shop has been closed by the quarantine, has converted its production to making aerosol boxes that provide additional protection for frontliners.
“During the lockdown period, we don’t have work, our shop is closed,” says Gen Belanio, an entrepreneur based in Marikina who owns a car accessories business, Gen Concept. “I thought, 'How can I help our frontliners?'”Belanio's shop manufactures customized car stereos and other ...
 
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The Tannery Manila is also producing nylon taffeta coveralls for 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, briefcases, and folios. Like many fashion labels, big or small, local ...
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