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Finally! Here’s Where To Get Your Locally Made, Stylish PPEs Today

These local designers have their own take on probably the must-have clothing piece of today. Know where and how to get them!

Add protective personal equipment (PPE) gear to your new closet must-have as the new normal calls for ultimate protection. As we venture out into our General Community Quarantine, some industries, establishments, and workplace may require the use of a PPE, apart from face masks. For some it’s personal—an added layer of protection for grocery runs, errands, and day-to-day-activities.

PPEs were first used by health workers at hospitals to prevent the spread of virus and germs. And ss the supply of PPE decrease due to demand of the pandemic, the fashion industry and designers stepped up to the plate to help create pieces to aid our frontliners and healthcare teams. Though not medical-grade, these sure offer as much protection as they can give. Fast forward to today, our local fashion designers have created fashion out of these PPEs. Collections entirely with stylish PPEs, re-imagination of protectivewear, and just overall designs which aim to protect—this is how local designers rose to the times. Note that these pieces, though made with utmost protection in mind and with protective materials, aren’t medically graded. 


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So don’t skimp on style as you amp up on the protection. Slide through the gallery below to see all the fashion designers we can get a hold of our PPEs from.


Rajo Laurel Turns His Studio Into A PPE Suit-Making Shop

Rajo Laurel

Rajo Laurel has been creating PPEs for our frontliners for months now. Today, he’s giving the same services to the public with his take on PPEs made with poly microfiber water-repellant material. Dubbed as a modern-day armor, his PPEs are sure to keep us safe and stylish.

Visit here to order. 

Vania Romoff

A feminine take on the PPEs is just what we need right now. Vania Romoff does so effortlessly in her coat and trousers ensemble, highlighting a practical hood, garterized details for a better wear and fit—all in really pretty colorways.

For more info, visit here.

Michael Leyva

ML by Michael Leyva creates a protective silhouette we’ve been waiting for—a loose top that flows to a ball skirt. It’s a look that is made from water-resistant and washable fabric.

For more Information, you can contact them at +63 917 102 4050.

Debbie Co

In various colorways, Debbie Co’s lightweight, washable coat is perfect for layering over your clothes or worn as is. 

For more info, visit here.

Happy Andrada

This quirky take on the a PPE suit is all sorts of fun! This microfiber isolation gown is made to put a spring in your step as you go out in style.

For more info, message @happyandrada.

Seek the Uniq

Who doesn’t love a great pop of color? Seek the Uniq’s take on protectivewear has ruffles and bows we don’t get to see often on such item. Plus, for every piece bought, one reusable protective gown will be donated to a cancer patient undergoing treatment during this time.

For more info, visit here.

Puey Quiñones

Having staged an online runway show with PPEs as part of the collection, Puey Quiñones’ take on the piece is outstanding, They come in separates ans jumpsuit-inspired silhouettes, too!

For more info, visit here. is a joint venture by four designers Jill Lao, Yong Davalos, Stephanie Tan, and Andrea Tetangco. They do custom-made and readymade PPE uniforms for any need for them. Made with rifstop taffeta, the pieces are lightweight and water repellent, too!

For more info, visit