Gloves by Danish company Rhanders. From antibacterial to weird and wonderful, gloves are making a comeback – but medical experts don’t recommend them as protection against infection by the coronavirus. Gloves by Danish company Rhanders. From antibacterial to weird and wonderful, gloves are making a comeback – but medical experts don’t recommend them as protection against infection by the coronavirus.
Gloves by Danish company Rhanders. From antibacterial to weird and wonderful, gloves are making a comeback – but medical experts don’t recommend them as protection against infection by the coronavirus.

Gloves, whether for protection or self-expression, are having a moment amid coronavirus – as Demi Lovato and Jared Leto show

  • Stars have been pictured wearing disposable gloves, and a storied Danish glove-maker’s hypoallergenic ones are in high demand as Covid-19 pandemic rages
  • Gloves have been back in fashion a while, and a Canada-based artist duo are launching a freaky pair ‘to hopefully make people smile’

Topic |   Fashion
Gloves by Danish company Rhanders. From antibacterial to weird and wonderful, gloves are making a comeback – but medical experts don’t recommend them as protection against infection by the coronavirus. Gloves by Danish company Rhanders. From antibacterial to weird and wonderful, gloves are making a comeback – but medical experts don’t recommend them as protection against infection by the coronavirus.
Gloves by Danish company Rhanders. From antibacterial to weird and wonderful, gloves are making a comeback – but medical experts don’t recommend them as protection against infection by the coronavirus.
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