Diane Von Furstenberg has redesigned the hospital gowns for the Cleveland Clinic. Like most hospital gowns, the old gowns were cheap, didn’t fit and exposed too much of the patients’ skin at inappropriate times. Newsweek reports:
“The current model is a full-coverage, reversible design, incorporating the Cleveland Clinic’s diamond logo into von Furstenberg’s signature repetition pattern. Other changes include an elastic waistband, wrap-around closure, and a wide V-neck to accommodate chest monitoring and stethoscopes. Most important, says Ryan, the gown is functional while preserving modesty: “Physicians can open the gown to expose the part they need to access without exposing the patient completely.”
I’m not exactly feeling the new designs. What do you all think?