Wednesday 28, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
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As the guidelines of lockdown have been transformed in the country, stores and fashion brands in India have started reopening this week. The fashion designer Payal Khandwala has launched a virtual shopping experience for costumers.
The Indian fashion industry has been extremely quick in responding to the pandemic. From making a face mask, aiding in the production of protective gear, fundraising for the artisans to now taking the fashion weeks to a digital platform.
The Fashion Design Council of India, recently announced about initiating a COVID support Fund in order to support the small businesses and other fashion auxiliaries.
The women's wear famous fashion designer, Ritu Kumar who has taken the initiative of manufacturing non-surgical face masks to help battle the spread of COVID-19 has so far manufactured and distributed masks to frontline workers and slums of Haryana.
Since the spread of COVID 19, the Indian fashion industry is stepping up to combat the deadly virus. House of Anita Dongre had earlier announced that the Anita Dongre Foundation has raised a medical fund of INR 1.5 Cr to support those effected from Coronavirus without medical insurances.
Nykaa, the skincare, haircare, and cosmetics retailer, which never fails to give glowing skin to you, comes around the time where the brand has almost ground to a halt, because of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic across the globe.
The ace Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee according to the fashion news, looking at the severity of COVID-19 pledged to donate an amount of INR 1 crore to support the nation in fighting with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The ace Indian fashion designer, Anita Dongre took to Instagram last night announcing a medical fund of INR 1.5 crore to support people who do not have medical insurance or coverage to prepare for medical emergencies arising from the outbreak of coronavirus.