NEW YORK, NY (WJZ) — Maryland native and fashion designer Christian Siriano offered to help make masks for New York City’s healthcare workers after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said there was a need for supplies.

“We need companies to be creative to supply the crucial gear our healthcare workers need. NY will pay a premium and offer funding,” Cuomo tweeted.

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Siriano, who won the fourth season of reality show Project Runway, offered to help the governor by making masks.

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“I have a full sewing team still on staff working from home that can help,” Siriano, an Annapolis native, tweeted.

Cuomo and Siriano linked up and he thanked the designer.

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“Appreciate his help so much,” Cuomo tweeted.