A lot of fashion brands and designers are continuing to adjust to the new way of life post-quarantine. We’ve seen them make face masks and PPEs, but now, these designers are trying out their hand at hygiene, such as soap and hand sanitizers.
We get it. We’re all trying to find ways to maintain some semblance of life as we know it. And right in front of our eyes, we’re seeing fashion brands modify their market, which means branching out to more than just our fashion needs. Consumers now are reconsidering what they purchase and are looking for new products that support their new normal. Health and hygiene now become our top priority.
Below, we list down the fashion designers that are branching out to hygiene.
After making a successful line of PPEs and PPE-inspired collection, including presenting it in a seamless virtual runway show this quarantine, Puey Quiñones is now selling three essential FDA-approved hygiene products: hand sanitizer, alcohol, and liquid hand foams. Fashionable and functional? Sign us up for this, please.
Expect everything fancy from Ezra Santos, including this enchanting purple hand sanitizer the designer posted on his Instagram page.
Bridal fashion designer and MEGA YDC alum, Emir Yamamoto is also branching out to making hand soap bars made from fresh herb compounds. His brand, Emir Apothecary features ingredients such as activated charcoal, Roentgen, and organic herbs.
RJ Santos of Randolf Clothing also teased their new line of soap on their Instagram page. The transparent-like soap bar has abstract pastel designs inside that are actually soap, too! Our curiosity definitely piqued at this one, because the little colorful soap strips remind us of what peeking through a microscopic slide looks like.