Dior Commits in Supplying Mask Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic. Reopening their Baby Dior atelier, volunteers are making face masks as the House joins the fight against the coronavirus.
In the arduous fight against the coronavirus pandemic, groups and organizations worldwide have joined together to lend a hand during this trying time. French fashion house Christian Dior is contributing to this cause through the continuous production of protective face masks on a voluntary basis as a response to the virus outbreak.
The brand has announced its reopening of one of its Baby Dior ateliers in Redon, France, where the masks are being produced while other production sites have closed. “Dior is actively committed to aiding and protecting all those who are on the front line of caring for us on a daily basis,” Dior said in a press release. “Thank you to our wonderful petites mains who, in an exceptional show of solidarity, are working tirelessly to protect them.”
The masks are made for workers in supermarkets and other sectors that are operating to provide aid and necessities during the outbreak. Dior’s move follows that of other luxury brands, including the likes of Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Prada, Chanel, and Armani.
With other companies assisting delivery workers, those in foodservice, healthcare, and other fields, the fight against the dangerous virus can grow more and more strong.