Artist Kong Ning, wearing a face mask following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
Wearing a dress she made of eight giant plastic inflatable roses over a wire structure and a headpiece crowned by a globe.
Chinese performance artist Kong Ning is using fashion to draw attention to environmental protection on Earth Day.
"Roses represent love," she said on Wednesday, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
"I think I have responsibility to let everyone know about the love that I express, so that more people can love and care about the earth, care about our home."
Kong, 63, has been an advocate for environmental protection for two decades, designing big and bold dresses that make a statement.
Earlier this year, she created a two-dress project called "Big mask of the blue skies", which included a white wedding dress adorned with blue surgical masks, to show hope in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak, which began in China.
A tiny statuette of a bird carved from a burnt bone about 13,500 years ago reveals the origins of Chinese art, embodying a style different from prehistoric three-dimensional artwork by people in other parts of the world.
Adorned with intricate designs of orchids, camellias and Chinese characters symbolising good luck, the stylish silk masks created by Chinese fashion designer Zhou Li have become coveted items during the coronavirus outbreak.
Artist Genaro Rodriguez was so moved after being commissioned to turn a Covid-19 doctor's white coat into a piece of art that he likened the experience to "painting a superhero's cape."
People with Type 2 diabetes are not able to produce sufficient insulin from their pancreas to regulate blood sugar, which means that their blood sugar can reach dangerously high levels.
The patient was a 55-year-old woman who had a colonic cancer resection done laparoscopically in 2021.
Marking World Tourism Day, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics announced on Tuesday that "8 million tourists visited Egypt in 2021, a 117.5-per cent increase compared to 3.7 million tourists in 2020".