DuPont Tyvek Disposable Protective Coverall with Hood and Elastic Cuff, $12.99, Amazon
“A little dramatic,” Naomi acknowledges while stepping into her disposable industrial coverall suit. Importantly, it has an elastic hood for you to follow her orders: “Hair in. Nothing out.” If the look is little too much for you, you can do what Naomi did pre-pandemic and use a blanket to cover up your seat. Besides, the full-on hazmat suit is unnecessary, according to a CDC spokesperson. But it has an extra benefit: “Everybody didn’t want to be around me,” Naomi concludes at the end of her voyage. “But that’s cool—I don’t want to be around them either!”
Burberry Pycombe Leather-Trimmed Cashmere Cape, $2790, Matches Fashion
Perhaps the least practical item in Naomi’s arsenal. While this cashmere cape is highly effective at reducing the jarring factor of a hazmat suit, you’ll have to make a stop at the dry cleaner upon reaching your destination.
Uvex Ultra-Spec Safety Glasses with Clear Uvextreme Anti-Fog Lens, $9.87, Amazon
Covid-19 is most commonly transmitted through the nose and mouth, but since any mucous membrane presents an opportunity for a droplet to enter the body, it’s important not to forget about your eyes. Safety goggles and face shields aren’t universally recommended, but as Dr. Anthony Fauci has noted, they’re worth wearing to cover all your bases. (Research suggests that eye coverings may lower the risk of transmission by around 11 percent.) Naomi opts for goggles; her “good friend” Linda Evangelista put her onto them.