CHIPPING CAMDEN, England (Reuters) – Costume makers in Britain who normally dress actors in shows from Downton Abbey to Game of Thrones and Batman have joined forces to make scrubs for medics fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
Dulcie Scott from Mickleton, Gloucestershire works from home packing and organising scrubs to be made and then distributed. Costume makers in Britain who have previously dressed actors from Downton Abbey to Batman have joined forces to make scrubs for medics on the frontline of the coronavirus battle. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
Working from kitchens, sheds and attics across the country, the team is churning out uniforms for returning medics and clinicians who do not normally wear them.
Dulcie Scott, who most recently made couture dresses for Ruth Wilson in the BBC’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, is helping lead the effort alongside a material buyer who once worked on a medical drama.
Now some 150 costume makers are producing the garments,…
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