Is Armani Making a difference?

Being a health care worker in Italy during this time means you will be fighting this pandemic full Armani.

Imagine being dressed in Armani from top to bottom while running after patients…Well the health care professionals in Italy are doing just that. Giorgio Armani has already made a big difference by donating 2 million euros to hospitals testing patients infected with COVID19 in theTuscany region. 

What difference have they made:

Armani has tried as much as possible to help the Italians. After all, they have had to reuse their overalls and masks. Armani group stepped up during this pandemic by helping with the shortage of medical supplies such as masks and overalls within Italy.

We have some high profile South Africans who have donated in support to assist small businesses and employees. The Rupert and Oppenheimer families have each contributed R1 billion to assist small businesses and their employees affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bianca Raposo
Bianca Raposo

Fashion Editor

Bianca Raposo is in the digital marketing industry, she has an international Diploma in Fashion/Theatre and Media Hair & Makeup. Her true passion and appreciation for fashion came about when she started experimenting with different styles of clothing, thinking out the box and really pushing the envelope with outfit ideas. Bianca has been a model for 7 years and has been around the fashion industry for quit some time.

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