To slow the spread coronavirus, that The CDC now recommends wearing masks in public. Just like a fashion brand is stepping in to help producing masks and dresses for doctors during the pandemic, many of them now adjusted customer demand for non-surgical cotton masks and offer 1 + 1 or 5 + 5 match packages online. For example, when you buy Christy Dawn’s set – which comes in strange prints and patterns on 100 percent cotton – five masks will be sent directly to your address and five others will be donated to medical workers, so you can give back too. Reform also offers three different options with the Millions of Mask initiative: buy five homemade cotton masks for yourself, donate five masks to the health care system, or buy large quantities for your company.
We are pleased to see that many of these labels recycle fabrics from previous collections or, in the case of the Sixty-Nine denim brand, using leftovers from jeans that can be discarded or used for different purposes. Alice + Olivia’s Stacey Bendet was one of the first designers to start selling cotton masks with its iconic Staceface print, and we’re sure there’s still a lot to come. If you do not want to take cloth and DIY your own mask, the options below are here for your consideration, and we thank the fashion community in attendance.
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