Baby Dior Reopens Atelier In France To Produce Face Masks Made By Volunteers

LVMH—Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton—continues its placement at the forefront of fashion fighting COVID-19; this time, it has reopened its Baby Dior workshop in Redon, to produce protective face masks. To make this story even more commendable, this is being done on a volunteer basis. baby dior x covidPhoto Credit: Dior This news comes as France, one of the premier fashion destinations in the world, enters its third week of being at a standstill, since the coronavirus cases began rising at a concerning rate. As so many fashion weeks/shows/fairs have been canceled, several Houses and designers are repurposing their resources to combat the pandemic, and make a positive difference. Toward the beginning of the outbreak, LVMH began using three of its perfume factories—Givenchy, Guerlain and Christian Dior—to make hand sanitizer, delivering them to Parisian hospitals in need, without any charge. baby dior x covidPhoto Credit: Dior In a statement, Dior said, “We are proud to reopen our Baby Dior ateliers in Redon, which…have begun the continuous production of new masks on a volunteer basis. Dior is actively committed to aiding and protecting all those who are on the front line every day. Thank you to our wonderful petites mains who, in an exceptional show of solidarity, are working tirelessly to protect them.” baby dior x covidPhoto Credit: Dior For more information, please visit the House’s website by clicking here.

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