Beijing-based designer Liu Wei works on her windbreaker design during the coronavirus epidemic in China. She says protective clothing designed for specialists such as firefighters, disease prevention teams, and soldiers had found new appeal with members of the Chinese public. Beijing-based designer Liu Wei works on her windbreaker design during the coronavirus epidemic in China. She says protective clothing designed for specialists such as firefighters, disease prevention teams, and soldiers had found new appeal with members of the Chinese public.
Beijing-based designer Liu Wei works on her windbreaker design during the coronavirus epidemic in China. She says protective clothing designed for specialists such as firefighters, disease prevention teams, and soldiers had found new appeal with members of the Chinese public.

Look good and feel safe: fashion designers in China respond to coronavirus pandemic with face mask, germ-resistant clothing line

  • Designers in China have created stylish protective wear for the coronavirus era, from silk masks to a windbreaker
  • Liu Wei was inspired to create her new line after she saw the makeshift clothing doctors battling the coronavirus were wearing to protect themselves

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Beijing-based designer Liu Wei works on her windbreaker design during the coronavirus epidemic in China. She says protective clothing designed for specialists such as firefighters, disease prevention teams, and soldiers had found new appeal with members of the Chinese public. Beijing-based designer Liu Wei works on her windbreaker design during the coronavirus epidemic in China. She says protective clothing designed for specialists such as firefighters, disease prevention teams, and soldiers had found new appeal with members of the Chinese public.
Beijing-based designer Liu Wei works on her windbreaker design during the coronavirus epidemic in China. She says protective clothing designed for specialists such as firefighters, disease prevention teams, and soldiers had found new appeal with members of the Chinese public.
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