Over in France, LVMH, home to the likes of Guerlain, Dior Perfumes and Givenchy Beauty, is covering bases when it comes to the production of hand sanitiser.
Due to the shortage of hydro alcoholic gel sweeping the nation, the business has delivered sanitiser free of charge every day to neighbouring health authorities.
"Given the risk of a shortage of hydroalcoholic gel in France, Bernard Arnault instructed the LVMH Perfumes & Cosmetics business to manufacture within their production sites as much gel as needed to support the public authorities," LVMH announced on Instagram.
"The LVMH Group would like to express a special THANK YOU to all those who made it possible, in particular to our exceptional production teams from @guerlain, @diorparfums and @givenchybeauty who have shown great solidarity and engagement in a spirit of collective effort for the common good."
The Spanish parent company responsible for our Zara addiction has also turned its attention to helping the cause after temporarily closing its doors in 13 countries.
In response to the growing need for masks and medical garb, the company has pledged to donate 30,000 surgical masks in the coming week.
Inditex is also in the process of "investigating the possibility of switching some of our textile-manufacturing capacity over to the production of health materials, involving Inditex’s manufacturing experts to that end."
American fashion designer Christian Siriano has asked his team to put their design skills to the test, as they are now working day and night to produce face masks.
The medical essentials have been worn by staff at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
"I think the masks that we are making are actually an upgrade from what they even have. It's washable, bleachable - that was really important that they could re-wear it," he told Good Morning America.
He added, "Even if we help 100 people, that's more people than nothing."
Donatella Versace has donated more than $200,000 to the intensive care unit at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy.
"This is when we, as a society, need to need to stand together and care for one another," she wrote on Instagram.
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia.