Will opera gloves save the world from Coronavirus?

Cocktail gloves left the opera and joined the party! Elbow-length gloves opened the award season in a flash, with Kristen Wiig during the Oscar, Billy porter at the after party event, and Margot Robbie at the 'Birds of Prey' premiere - all of them were wearing long elbow gloves, just like Beyoncé, Rihanna, Zoë Kravitz and Billie Eilish did lately.

Unfortunately all international experts declared that it’s not recommended to fight COVID-19 using gloves, as they don't actually prevent you from touching unclean objects and then touching your face. Nevertheless it is an amazingly beautiful trendy accessory. black or white, made of tulle or laced - cut and save for the day after doom ‘s day

Valentino Runway, Fall/Winter 2020/2021 at Paris Fashion Week Womenswear

Lace gloves, 40 euro at black.co.uk

Frolov gloved, 467 euro at farfetch.com

Frolov gloved, 467 euro at farfetch.com

Billie Eilish attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Gucci embroidered gloves, 430 euro at vitkac.com

Bella Hadid walks the runway at the Marc Jacobs Fall 2020 runway show, during New York Fashion Week

Dris Van Noten and Christian Lacroix polka-dot stretch-tulle gloves, 207 euro at net-a-porter.com

Dris Van Noten and Christian Lacroix polka-dot stretch-tulle gloves, 207 euro at net-a-porter.com

Zoë Kravitz attends 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Frida Kahlo embroidered gloves of Tender and Dangerous. 192 euro, at farfetch.com

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