With no sign of the global coronavirus threat easing anytime soon, protective masks are fast becoming fashion accessories for Indonesians and Malaysians keen to add some style and humour to healthwear essentials.
Turkey is allowing marriages on July 1st, after several months of banning due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), but protective masks stay obligatory for the brides as well as for the guests.
Wearing a mask has become the new normal, everyone seems to have a mask on. Sighting someone not wearing a mask has become foreign and unusual.
Tie dye has made a major comeback this year with people searching how to design it themselves. So, brighten up your summer wardrobe with tie-dye prints.
Worldwide protests about the treatment of Black people will alter the global fashion and beauty industries by creating job opportunities and products catering for a broader range of consumers, model Naomi Campbell told Reuters in an interview.
French cosmetic giant L'Oreal announced that it was removing words like "whitening" from its products, against the backdrop of global anti-racism protests as big business wakes up to the issue.
As face coverings become the norm amid the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese startup Donut Robotics has developed an internet-connected "smart mask" that can transmit messages and translate from Japanese into eight other languages.