Fashion-forward PPE from Filipino designer Rajo Laurel’s POW (Protective Outerwear) collection. Photo: HandoutFashion-forward PPE from Filipino designer Rajo Laurel’s POW (Protective Outerwear) collection. Photo: Handout
Fashion-forward PPE from Filipino designer Rajo Laurel’s POW (Protective Outerwear) collection. Photo: Handout

Philippines’ fashion-forward PPE, for coronavirus-wary office workers

  • The gear was initially envisaged as a solution for doctors resorting to bin bags earlier this year amid shortages of medical-grade gear to fight the pandemic
  • But as the country partially emerged from coronavirus lockdown even as cases continued to climb, another market quickly emerged

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Fashion-forward PPE from Filipino designer Rajo Laurel’s POW (Protective Outerwear) collection. Photo: HandoutFashion-forward PPE from Filipino designer Rajo Laurel’s POW (Protective Outerwear) collection. Photo: Handout
Fashion-forward PPE from Filipino designer Rajo Laurel’s POW (Protective Outerwear) collection. Photo: Handout
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