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Here's how Vancouver fashion brands pivoted from style to safety.
Vancouver-based clothing brands retooled from fashion to frontline assistance in record time. Here’s how they adapted.
Brian Hill’s company gives $10,000,000 worth of comfortable, easy-care leggings and T-shirts to frontline workers.
The Vancouver clothing companies banded together to quickly retool their factories to the tune of 90,000 pieces of PPE.
The local company donated 2,000 pairs of their ultra-comfortable shoes to frontline health workers.