Pakistani fashion designers are pitching in with their textile prowess by volunteering to make protective personal equipment to help medical staff fighting coronavirus on the frontlines.
One of the first designers to step forward is red carpet designer Asim Jofa. “We have successfully created a final a prototype of a medical protective suit made according to the guidelines provided by medical experts,” Jofa tweeted March 28. The self-protection suits and masks will be distributed free of cost. The designs have been approved by JPMC Executive Director Dr. Seemin Jamali.