Fashion Forward T-shirts To Support Healthcare Workers أزياء مميزة لمساندة العاملين في قطاع الصحة

This article was originally published on Al bayan.

UAE artists have joined forces to design quarantine-inspired t-shirts in a ‘coloring-in’ book style.

CreateNations (www.createnations.com) initiative was created within weeks, powered by Prestidge Group and authorized by the Department of Islamic Affairs.

“While we remain at home for the common good, we remember the health professionals who work tirelessly to preserve us and our safety,” said the company’s founder, Briar Prestidge. There is a shortage of personal protective equipment for health workers.

We will donate 100% of the CreateNations revenue to the Emirates Red Crescent Foundation for health workers who are fighting the outbreak of the pandemic Covid 19.

The designs come in a range of styles that are suitable for children and adults, to enjoy coloring, including the famous design “Stay Home”, by Fatima Mulla, “Not All Heroes Wear Capes”, by Naki Mustafa, “Pandemic”, by Maria Li, And “Quarantine Fashion”, by Amamoda.

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