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COVID-19: Digital artist conceptualizes coronavirus-inspired fashion

COVID-19: Digital artist conceptualizes coronavirus-inspired fashion

During the Luzon-wide quarantine, people are starting to have more time in showing off their creativity to inspire and bring light into the situation. Digital artist Gino Paul Lumpas reimagined and conceptualized a clothing line inspired from coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Of course, this features the everyday protective items that we use to battle and prevent the deadly disease.

Digital artist conceptualizes COVID-19-inspired fashion

Lumpas posted this creations on his Facebook account. Of course, netizens didn’t turn a blind eye to such creativity. It became a positive thing to come out of this Luzon-wide quarantine due to the deadly virus. The sketches lit up an excitement and admiration among most of the people who saw his sketches.

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COVID-19 Collection by Gino Paul T. Lumpas

The Master of All.

Lumpas’ first design features a low-cut catsuit in neon yellow and grey with a tie-up detail at the front and a mesh lining along the legs. The model also had a grey cape that matches the similarly hued protective face mask. Of course, she accessorized with the iconic Body Infrared Thermometer Temperature Gun that became a meme in the country.

Photo from Gino Paul Lumpas | Facebook

The Boss Babe. 

We, then, move on to another one of Gino’s COVID-19 design with a classy boss lady look. The green dress featured huge germ-like pattern and pleats that will be very hard to physically execute. With a high ponytail, the model looked absolutely exquisite especially with the triangular earrings that accentuates her face shape.

Photo from Gino Paul Lumpas | Facebook

The Everyday Look.

The germ-pattern didn’t leave his collection. With an all-violet outfit, he paired a hoodie with a mock turtleneck top. The model had a pair of drop-crotch knee-length pant with a similarly hued and patterned pair of shoes. He, then, completed the whole look with a fashionable gas mask to prevent COVID-19.

Photo from Gino Paul Lumpas | Facebook

The Red Carpet Fashion.

Lumpas reimagined the pattern through a purple and lavender look. She had a one-arm long sleeved top with a catsuit pant on the same side. She also had a little cut-out peep hole on her left side that would look perfect on a red carpet event. This could be perfect for an entertainer to wear on their concert or a performance during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Photo from Gino Paul Lumpas | Facebook

The Streetwear Chic.

In a seemingly similar look with the male counterpart, Gino’s model had a red, violet, and white look. This could be perfect for a day at the office or a date night with the beau. She had a cropped wide-sleeved collared top and a similarly-patterned pencil skirt. Of course, you can’t forget about the protective mask in the same pattern to prevent COVID-19.

Photo from Gino Paul Lumpas | Facebook

The Classy and Casual.

The whole collection ended with a blue two-piece. Lumpas had his model in a blue cropped top with a floral-like germ pattern. He also paired it with a flowy sky blue skirt with floral appliqués. He didn’t forget about the protective face masks that could be an element to fight against the deadly virus.

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Which one is your favorite one? Let us know in the comments section below!

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