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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.


Alice & Olivia is donating one mask for every mask sold. Their masks have the added benefit of cool illustrated prints like this and go for a mere $10 bucks.

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Sustainable clothing brand Christy Dawn is using their striped, floral, and solid dead-stock cotton to make two-ply face masks. Thirty dollars gets you a pack of five masks and allows Christy Dawn to donate another five. They even have a pack for kids!


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.


Hedley & Bennett is transitioning from making professional grade aprons and chef’s gear to making two-ply cotton face masks. With each purchase they will donate a mask to essential workers in need

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Visit the Haute Hostess on her Instagram page to see how she's turning all sorts of bright, playful prints into wearable art. 

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Check out these funky face masks designed, cut, and sewn in LA. 


Rag & Bone is making limited runs of their upcycled fabric face masks in Los Angeles to support local workers. For each $21 purchase of a nonmedical mask, Rag & Bone will donate $15 to City Harvest and those most affected by COVID-19. 


Don't forget to support all the local entrepreneurs out there getting creative with face masks on Etsy. Many of these small business owners have pivoted from their core products to provide face masks to their customers. 


This information is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to endorse any business or suggest or guarantee specific results. All information provided was received from third party sources and not independently verified. Prices are subject to change at the discretion of each business. Images are subject to copyright. Compass is not offering medical advice. Consult your doctor for recommendations and information regarding your specific health and nutrition needs.


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