Simon McNally and Ala Lababidi from Dubai found an ingenious way to help people abide by Covid-19 safety measures
Dubai , Dubai
08 June 2020, 12:00 AM
30 June 2020, 12:00 AM
A pair of Dubai surfers have joined together and crafted a clothing line to take out the discomfort of asking others to keep apart.
A creative way to raise money for charity, Two Metres Please is a clothing collection that politely encourages others to stand back and help limit the spread of covid-19.
The clothing line creators from Dubai- Simon McNally and Ala Lababidi, hope the bright yellow circle on their masks, t-shirts, hats and totes will become an recognisable symbol for social distancing.
The masks, t-shirts, hats and totes have messages like “I need my space” and “better space than sorry”, making it a little easier to keep a distance when stepping out for shopping or for daily exercise.
To purchase, visit their website or catch them on Instagram @twometresplease_me .