Theindustry that has emerged from the has gone high end.
Your choices toare numerous and include many chic from acclaimed luxury brands and designers. Whether you’re looking for a model with a nose wire, adjustable ear loops, a filter pocket or other features to make you more wearing a mask, you can find the perfect fit for you in a variety of colors and vibrant prints.
It’s worth noting that these face coverings are more for people who are observingand looking to avoid spreading germs as they go out and about; they aren’t suitable for a health care worker or anyone on the front line.
And face coverings will probably be around for a while. One pandemic expert told , “.”
All that said, if you feel like splurging (or just browsing) luxurious designer mask styles, these six fashion brands are selling fancy masks that cost more than your average cotton face covering. Read on for our top tips for buying a face mask. We’ll update this list regularly as we find new outlets for designer face masks.
What you need to know about face masks and coronavirus
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that anyone over the age of two wear a face covering when in public or around people they don’t live with. Here are some.
- Some experts claim that the , although the science hasn’t officially been settled yet.
- Masks with multiple layers may trap larger respiratory droplets ejected by sneezing, coughing or talking.
- You should wash the mask before and after wearing it.
- The mask should cover your nose and chin, and be snug enough to prevent gaps.
Michael Ngo, a designer who creates looks for celebrities, is selling face masks to the public. The prices of his luxurious face masks range from $110 for a vinyl mask to $500 for a Swarovski-crystal-encrusted mask. 100% of the net proceeds are donated to the LA Food Bank.
xSuit, a men’s suit company, has designed face masks for men and women. You can choose from masks with flowers, 3D wings and more. The masks cost $120.
Collina Strada’s cloth face mask styles are made from deadstock materials and are considered unique due to limited fabric. Each reusable mask features bows and will cost you $100.
VPL is a swimwear and home goods company that’s now designing face masks. One of its Japanese silk masks will cost you $125. Note that since the stylish face mask styles are 100% silk, they’re dry clean only.