( ENSPIRE Fashion ) Protecting Health Care Workers With Stylish Masks
Celebrity designer Claude Kameni, better known as her brand name LAVIE has recently created creative & trendy face masks for everyday people to help combat COVID-19. With each purchase of a mask, LAVIE donates a mask to a hospital. When Claude noticed the need for doctors to have masks in hospitals, she maximized her efforts and even went viral with these trendy forms of protection. She is using her talent to impact the world. Her goal is to make the work-place fashionable. The masks can be purchased here.
The focus of Claude’s initiatives is to combat the many disparities of the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically how it affects healthcare workers. Recent findings have shown that Black Americans are being disproportionately harmed by the health and financial devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. The support of LAVIE will help the many people who are at the highest risk of contracting the Coronavirus, healthcare workers.
LavieByCk founder Claude Kameni was raised in Cameroon, Africa where her passion for fashion was cultivated. As a child, she was extremely creative with clothing and art. After relocating to the United States, she was blessed to have the opportunity to mold and enhance her skills. Her personal dedication rubs off in her creations and the smiles they create through her African inspired pieces.
Through years of practice, Claude has been able to create dresses, gowns, skirts, shirts for both women and men respectively. Her curiosity in style allows her to bridge different ideas into brand new creations. She has studied various techniques and designs that give her an international style that is extremely eye-catching. Her unique sense of urgency creates a compassionate relationship between her and her clients. At the age of 21, Claude has been able to design attire for A-List celebrities across the globe including Janet Jackson, Porsha Williams, Kelly Rowland, Bria Myles, & many more.
“In this global pandemic, doctors have enough to be sad about. Maybe my printed and bright colored mask to go on top of their FDC-approved mask will give them a little more joy during this difficult time,” Claude says.
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