Please disable your adblock and script blockers to view this page

Fashion magazines, influencers weigh in on coronavirus outbreak


Condé Nast
the World Health Organization
British Vogue
CORONA
YouTubevideo
strandA
Youtube & Fitness
NBC News
NBC UNIVERSAL


Tatler
Billie Eilish
Ariana Grande
Vogue
| Wir
Dieses Bild
Wir haben keine Angst vor dem Virus
Unseren Urlaub
Wir bekommen
„Kann
„Haben
Menschen vor Ort Angst
Wie wird
Diese Fragen
Habt ihr Angst
Tragen
Griff
Schreibt
Meinung
P.S.
Kein Photoshop
Jada Hai Phong Nguyen
Cambridge Mask
Influencer


British
Menschen


Urlaub


Asien
Denkt ihr die Situation
the Kuala Lumpur International Airport


LONDON
Britain
Instagram
Auf öffentlichen
Plätzen
Thailand
Masken
Stadt
Mundschutz
@fitnessoskar
Vietnam
Malaysia

No matching tags

Positivity     51.00%   
   Negativity   49.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/fashion-magazines-influencers-weigh-coronavirus-outbreak-n1127236
Write a review: NBC News
Summary

Netizens' alarm has mounted, meanwhile, with the #coronavirus hashtag reaching about 189,000 posts on Instagram.This site is protected by recaptcha Privacy Policy | Terms of ServiceIn a story headlined, “5 Ways To Avoid Freaking Out About The Coronavirus,” British Vogue offered tips on how to stay comfortable and “keep calm and carry on.”With health anxiety running high, the venerable fashion brand offered tips to stay healthy and de-stress, such as “honing your good hand hygiene,” while also suggesting luxury soap to “make the job more enjoyable.”Other suggestions included “Get under a happy lamp,” “Reap the benefits of essential oils” and “Take a herbal hit.”Condé Nast, which publishes both Vogue and Tatler, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.As the dystopian surgical-mask-as-fashion comes into vogue, combined with mounting anxiety over the virus, Instagram influencers have also been posting pictures of themselves wearing these and offering followers some stress-reducing tips.At first glance, the influencer view might seem inappropriate given the severity of the health crisis, with hashtags such as #travelblogger, #travel, #coronavirus, #coronavirusoutbreak, and #vlogger crop top-clad poses and muscle-brandishing mask make-out photos.

As said here by Isobel van Hagen