Group seeks industrial help to make PPE

For a good cause: Fashion designer Justin Yap hard at work sewing PPE for frontliners.

PETALING JAYA: With demand of personal protective equipment surging, local fashion designers who are sewing PPE for medical frontliners are appealing to garment factories to get involved in the effort.

Malaysian Official Designers’ Association (Moda), which earlier launched an initiative to produce PPE for frontliners, is calling on factories to help designers cut large volumes of fabric.

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