Until the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the decision to wear a nose mask by fashion enthusiasts would literally translate as having the urge to add a little more drama to complement an outfit.
But now, the outbreak of the global pandemic has invariably brought the need for even an infant to wear a face mask to prevent a possible contraction of the deadly novel coronavirus.
Even though the magnitude of the global pandemic requires a communal effort to keep the spread at bay, it is needless to say that personal and individual attempts are equally important in preventing the virus.
This presents an opportunity for the fashion industry to ‘make hay’ while the virus continues to grip all sectors of economies.
Fashion industries around the world, together with its players are beginning to find innovative ways of sustaining its daily activities after being crippled by the vast spread of the virus.
From transforming pillows into high-end fashion apparels to making the best out of pyjamas, fashion players are indeed making an effort.
Now, one of the most important personal protective equipment is changing the fashion scene and people with a keen interest in fashion and otherwise are all are being carried away by the need to ‘slay COVID away’.
In Ghana, a colourful African fabric embellished to perfection is all there is to make a dramatic coronavirus nose mask in these unusual times.