OUR FAVORITE FABRIC FACE MASKS
Every Reformation product is designed, made, photographed and shipped from their innovative eco-facility in downtown Los Angeles. And each style is made using repurposed vintage clothing, salvaged deadstock fabric or new sustainable materials. These are non-medical, reusable masks with ties. Prints and colors within the shipments will vary; you may get a variety of prints and colors or ones that are all the same and not necessarily assorted.
Kid-made rainbows displayed in windows have become a popular message of hope and gratitude during the coronavirus pandemic. These rainbow designs, printed on fabric face masks, were drawn by a dozen kids between the ages of 4 and 11. The masks are made in NYC, and 100 percent of profits from sales are being donated to NYC Health + Hospitals.
Made by hand in Brooklyn, these double-layer masks are made using beautifully printed fabrics, cotton bandanas, and even upcycled authentic designer dustbags. Choose from a variety of options and with or without a pocket to add a filter. All proceeds help the designer make more masks to donate to essential workers in New York and New Jersey.
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