A Round of Applause to Fashion Brands Supporting The NHS

Posted on 12 May 2020

A Round of Applause to Fashion Brands Supporting The NHS

With the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, fashion brands globally are getting stuck in to help the NHS and other worthy causes. Whether this involves producing face masks and hand sanitiser, designing t-shirts, making donations or simply just spreading a lil positivity during these difficult times, it’s amazing to see everyone doing their part to help.

This one's for our NHS heroes. Take a look at what fashion brands have been up to over the past few weeks to help support and protect the NHS during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Hype face masks and NHS t-shirts

Hype has designed a unisex t-shirt to help support and protect the NHS, with 100% of the profits from the tee being donated to the NHS. Get your hands on the Hype NHS Legends Script T-Shirt now!

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Hype has also been working hard to design and create face masks with so many different colours to choose from, including tie-dye, camo and tropical prints. We LOVE the Hype Adult Crayon Stripes Face Mask and the Hype Adult Orange Fade Face Mask. We’re all for #StayHype #StayHome. 

And the hard work doesn’t stop there! Hats off to the team at Hype who have also been sending something special to those heroes nominated on their Insta posts. 

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Lacoste face masks

Lacoste is also doing their bit in their French factories and has reached a huge milestone of producing 100,000 face masks in just a few weeks, with the aim to intensify production to reach 200,000 masks.

ASOS NHS t-shirts

The online retailer, ASOS, has produced Choose Our NHS, Choose Our Carers and Heroes NHS Unisex Charity T-Shirts. 100% of profits from these items are being matched by ASOS and donated to charities supporting local NHS trusts and communities. 

ASOS is also offering NHS staff a 20% discount through their Blue Light Card scheme.

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Levi’s generous donation

Levi’s have recently announced a commitment of $3 million to support communities impacted by COVID-19 across the world.

Kindred NHS t-shirts

Kindred teamed up with #ClapForOurCarers to design a rainbow t-shirt, already v popular with celebrities. The Adult Thank You NHS T-Shirts are just £20 and 100% of the proceeds raised go to NHS Charities Together to support frontline staff.

Unisex, colourful, limited-edition and all for the NHS – what’s not to love?

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304 NHS t-shirts and hoodie

304 clothing has also launched a 304 Supporting NHS Heroes T-Shirt for £27.99 and a 304 Supporting NHS Heroes Hoodie for £39.99, with all profits from these sales being donated to the NHS Charities Together foundation. 

Show your support and get your hands on one of these steals. 

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Bulldog care packages

The fashion industry isn’t the only industry doing their bit to help the NHS, beauty brands are also lending a helping hand. 

Bulldog Skincare has worked closely with Blue Light Card to help get Bulldog Care Packages in the hands of as many deserving NHS staff as they can. The care package consists of Bulldog’s Original Bamboo Razor, Original Shave Gel, Original Moisturiser and Original Bar Soap. 

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We’d like to say a big thank you to the NHS and all our local heroes for their continued hard work and bravery throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.

See you this Thursday at 8pm to clap for our carers. 

Catch ya later!

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