Here are 5 favorite sources for statement face masks that will set you apart, extend your brand and get people talking.
Here are 5 sources for statement face masks, some that are all about attitude and others that give back to makers, local businesses and nonprofits.
If you want to truly make a statement, spurge on a mask by designer Virgil Abloh, artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear collection since March 2018 and founder of his own fashion house, Milan-based label Off-White, since 2013. Abloh has been called “The Prince of Pop Design” and his designs are at the intersection of streetwear and high-end men’s fashion.
Why not support the thousands of makers out there by ordering your face mask from the maker marketplace, Etsy? We found everything from monograms to Michael Jordan, skulls to butterflies, hypoallergenic cotton to shimmery fabric but fell in love with this feline beauty from maker Tokis Tees.
Custom Face Masks
Better yet, why not design your own statement face mask, with everything from your corporate logo to a photo of your beautiful baby? And support a local photo store while you do it? We chose Concord Photo Service, a Main Street business in lovely Concord, NH, which allowed us to upload our photo right to the web site (or you can choose pics from your Facebook or Instagram). Support Main Street retailers!
Face Masks That Give Back
For every pair of masks sold, the pocketbook brand Baggu is donating a pack of surgical masks to healthcare workers through Masks4Medicine. Baggu’s reusable, non-medical face masks are machine washable and made from 100% Kona Quilter’s Cotton.
With Lumen Couture‘s Matrix Face Mask, you can choose your own text, draw your own design, or add your phone’s microphone or music tracks for equalizer effects. Made of dual-layer cotton and mesh material with an LED flex panel, and the electronics are removable for cleaning and sanitation. Battery and charge cord are included.