Vietnamese designer comes up with coronavirus-themed collection

By Van An   May 17, 2020 | 07:30 am GMT+7
Designer Chung Thanh Phong has unveiled a 'Save Yourself' collection featuring protective outfits and face masks.
The Vietnamese designer wants to spread the positivity and help workers in the textile industry in as many of them have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. He also wants to encourage fashion lovers to adopt protective measures to avoid infection risks.

He wants to encourage fashion lovers to adopt protective measures to avoid Covid-19 infection risks. He also wants to spread positivity and help workers in the textile industry since many of them have been hit hard by the pandemic.

Phongs new collection, introduced on the internet instead of via a fashion show, features 10 new designs with three-layer cloth masks and hand sanitizer. 

The collection, introduced on the Internet instead of at a fashion show, features 10 designs with three-layer cloth masks and hand sanitizers. 

All ready-to-wear outfits are great combinations of fashion and safety features. 

All ready-to-wear outfits are a combination of fashion and safety. 

Phong has become the first Vietnamese designer to introduce a new collection amid the Covid-19 to save the domestic fashion industry, which has been severely hit by the novel coronavirus.

Phong has become the first Vietnamese designer to introduce a new collection at a time when the fashion industry has been hit severely by the novel coronavirus.

Phong plans to sell his new collection online and will introduce more videos and photos to promote it in the next few days. Previoudly, he decided to become a fashion designer in 2010, after entering the Top 10 in Viet Nam Idol 2007, a local version of singing contest American Idol.

Phong plans to sell his new collection online and will put out more videos and photos to promote it in the next few days. 

Black and white are main colors of Save Yourself collection.

Black and white are prominent colors in the Save Yourself collection.

Photos by Tee Le

 
 
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