Ralph Lauren Pledges $10M To Help Fight Global Coronavirus Pandemic

The Ralph Lauren Foundation has announced that it will produce masks and isolation gowns to help with the shortage during this global coronavirus pandemic.

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“At the heart of our Company, there has always been a spirit of togetherness that inspires our creativity, our confidence and most importantly our support for one another. In the past weeks and months, that spirit has never wavered,” Ralph Lauren, who serves as the executive chairman and chief creative officer for his namesake clothing company, said in a statement.

“We believe that no matter who you are or where you are from, we are all connected,” he continued. “That is why we are taking significant action to help our teams and communities through this crisis.” 

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Burberry Swaps Trench Coats for Hospital Gowns in COVID-19 Battle

Burberry is the latest high end brand to join the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

The company said Saturday it is using its global supply chain network to fast-track the delivery of more than 100,000 surgical masks to the U.K. National Health Service, for use by medical staff.

It is also “retooling” its trench coat factory in Castleford, Yorkshire to make non-surgical gowns and masks for patients. Production and distribution will be subject to approval from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), Burberry said.

The company added that it is funding research into a single-dose vaccine being developed by the University of Oxford (England), which has one of the world’s best track records in emergency vaccine development, with past success in fighting Ebola and MERS. The vaccine is on course to begin human trials next month.


Estée Lauder Producing Hand Sanitizer To Help Fight Coronavirus

Luxury brand Estée Lauder will produce hand sanitizer for high-need groups and populations, including front-line medical staff to help fight the spread of coronavirus.

A spokeswoman for the company said: “The Estée Lauder Companies is proud to contribute to the broader COVID-19 relief efforts by reopening our Melville manufacturing facility this week to produce hand sanitizer for high-need groups and populations, including front-line medical staff. We are grateful to our employees who have worked tirelessly to make this possible. Compensated, employee volunteers will support this vital, meaningful effort.”

Earlier on Monday, the company  pledged $2 million to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières, to support the organization’s coronavirus response in under-resourced and highly impacted countries.

Bridal Bees: Monique Lhuillier 15% Off Wedding Dress Sale

The princess of wedding gowns, Monique Lhuillier is offering brides to be 15% off select wedding dresses as we look forward to brighter days after the coronavirus shut in.

Monique Lhuillier

The promotion which ends March 31st applies to the bridal lines “Ready to Wed” collection, which features short, midi, long gowns, and a dope white pantsuit that’s perfect for a more progressive bride.

You can also set up a virtual appointment with a bridal consultant at the flagship store in L.A.

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The Coach Courier Carryall Is Back & It’s J.Lo Approved!

The Coach Courier Carryall is back and it’s bigger and better than ever!

Part of the Coach Originals collection, the bag which was first released in the 70’s has been released just in time for spring.

Coach Courier Carryall

According to the Brands website the carryall is based on a beloved Coach silhouette from 1972, this equestrian-inspired Courier Carryall is crafted of our buttery soft glove tanned leather. Finished with a slide tab closure, it has an extended zipper for easy access to the spacious interior and an exterior snap pocket to hold a phone, cards, keys and more. Attach the adjustable strap to wear on the shoulder or crossbody.

coach courier carryall

The bag which retails for $650 comes in 4 different colors and a color block design with snakeskin detail that retails for $850

CFDA Fashion Awards Postponed

The 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards that were scheduled for June 8th have been postponed due to the coronavirus.

CFDA Fashion Awards

Chairman Tom Ford and Steven Kolb, made the decision to postpone after carefully reviewing the guidelines of federal and state governments, as well as public health agencies, according to a statement posted on the organizations Instagram account.

After carefully reviewing the guidelines of federal and state governments, as well as public health agencies, CFDA Chairman, Tom Ford, and Steven Kolb, President and CEO, along with the full support of the board, have made the decision to postpone the 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards.

The CFDA said it will continue to monitor the ongoing situation and provide updates as they are available via e-mail and at and their social media accounts.