LONDON – How to stay safe and stylish amid the rapidly expanding coronavirus epidemic? Fashion magazines and influencers say they’ve got you covered.
Briton Tatler – a publication by Condé Nast – published a story with the surprising headline: “How to style an outbreak. ”
The article acknowledged the anxiety of the coronavirus by noting: “The social ensemble is now rushing to get their hands on surgical-grade face masks. “
History also explained that style lovers may ask, “How can I stay chic during an outbreak?” “
In a review of the utilitarian, post-apocalyptic look recently popularized on high fashion catwalks – as well as by global pop stars Billie Eilish and Ariana Grande – he notes that face masks are “preventative pieces available that won’t show off. jeopardize your style ”. It lists the options of luxury fashion branded and printed face masks sold in UK department stores.
The new coronavirus has killed more than 200 people and constitutes a “public health emergency of international concern”, according to the World Health Organization. Meanwhile, Internet alarms have risen, with the hashtag #coronavirus reaching around 189,000 Instagram posts.
In a titled story, “5 ways to avoid panicking about the coronavirus“British Vogue offered advice on how to stay comfortable and” stay calm and carry on. “
While anxiety for health is high, the venerable fashion brand has offered tips for staying healthy and relaxing, such as’ fine-tuning your good hand hygiene ‘, while also suggesting luxury soap for’ make work more pleasant ”.
Other suggestions included “Under a Happy Lamp”, “Enjoy the Benefits of Essential Oils” and “Take a Herbal Shot.” “
Condé Nast, who publishes both Vogue and Tatler, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
As the dystopian surgical mask-like fashion becomes all the rage, combined with growing anxiety about the virus, Instagram influencers have also posted photos of themselves wearing the clothes and offering followers tips for reducing stress.
At first glance, the influencer perspective may seem inappropriate given the severity of the health crisis, with hashtags such as #travelblogger, #travel, #coronavirus, #coronavirusoutbreak and #vlogger crop top-clad poses and Muscular mask makeup Photos.
But beyond that, there are many influencers – especially in areas currently most affected by the disease – are very health conscious and offer practical advice to their followers.
Jada Hai Phong Nguyen, a Vietnamese influencer with 88,900 Instagram followers, posted a photo wearing a trendy outfit and a sturdy face mask, accompanied by her dog.
In a detailed article on raising awareness about the epidemic, she suggests wearing a mask, washing your hands often with soap, and drinking plenty of water, among other things.
Nguyen told NBC News that she wears a mask every time she goes out, but has recently resorted to something beyond a “normal mask”, referring to the “Cambridge Mask N99 face mask” Pro “that she recommends in her article. She also wears glasses to protect her eyes and uses hand gel every few minutes.
Influencer “@jeii_pong” posed with a surgical mask at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, reminding her 422,000 Instagram followers to “put on your mask for protection.”
Instagram user “@Ruckshiii” – whose photo in a velor jacket and face mask had been seen on social media platforms as a critical example of people capitalizing on the hash coronavirus – defended his recent post linked to coronavirus.
“I didn’t dress for fun or put on the mask to get attention. I am extremely concerned about my health if you knew me, you would know it ”, she said on Twitter Tuesday.
“I understand where this is coming from,” she added. “But I’ve also seen people who are too eager to argue about everything.”