10 Brands That Have Started Producing Face masks

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Face masks have quickly become one of the most popular items around due to the current COVID-19 situation we’re all going through. It’s been recommended by the CDC that we cover our faces everytime we go outside to help ourselves, and the public, safe.

If you’re looking to buy a mask, it’s important to be mindful to not buy ones that are hospital-grade so that we don’t take from healthcare workers who need them the most. That’s why we’re so excited to share a handful of designer brands who are creating face masks for you to wear, but some have even implemented social programs so that those on the front line or those in need are getting help and protection as well. 

Here are 10 designer brands that are making face masks and giving back.

Alice + Olivia
Alice + Olivia

Alice + Olivia

Through the #MaskTogether program, Alice + Olivia is not only making masks with flair to brighten your day but with every purchase made, the brand is donating a mask to a community in need.

From $14.81 at Alice + Olivia
Good American

Good American

Khloe Kardashian’s denim brand Good American is also producing masks for sale. The masks quickly went out of stock, so we’re hoping that more will become available. What’s amazing is that the brand will also donate one mask to a business in need for every mask purchased.

$7.40 at Good American
Reformation
Reformation

Reformation

Reformation’s program gives you options when buying face masks. You can buy them in packs of 5, or 250 if you are looking for a larger shipment. Plus, you can also donate a set of 5 masks.

$38 at Reformation
Mother Denim
Mother Denim

Mother Denim

Mother Denim is not only is offering different patterns for masks that are adorable, but it’s also donating $10 for every set purchased to No Kid Hungry. If the masks are out of stock, check back every Friday when the shipment is updated on the website.

$20 at Mother Denim
Hayley Elsaesser
Hayley Elsaesser

Hayley Elsaesser

Toronto-based brand Hayley Elsaesser has just released its line of face masks and yes, they’re just as fun and cute as you’d expect. Plus, 20% of each sale will go towards Food Banks Canada. 

$25 each at Hayley Elsaesser
Citizens Of Humanity
Citizens Of Humanity

Citizens Of Humanity

Denim brand Citizens of Humanity has re-purposed its sewing facility to produce masks for both the general public, and for those on the front line. This pack of 5 is available for a reduced cost and it comes in a variety of colours, including denim, white, beige, and black.

$25 at Citizens Of Humanity
Hedley & Bennett
Hedley & Bennett

Hedley & Bennett

The brand famous for producing chef gear has joined in the fight against COVID-19. Shoppers can purchase Hedley & Bennet’s protective face masks, as well as donate through the brand’s Buy One, Give One program.

$31 at Hedley & Bennet
Caraa
Caraa

Caraa

The brand, known for its bags, has also begun to create face masks. These masks are  made using repurposed materials left over from production and they’re available to buy or you can donate a pack to New York’s relief efforts. Plus, Caraa will also be matching every purchase and donation made.

$25 at Caraa
Narces
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Narces

Canadian brand Narces has started making face masks and they’re actually chic. There are 5 adult versions and two options for children. The masks include a pocked for a filter and for every mask sold, the brand will donate two to local organizations in need.

From $30 at Narces
Peace Collective
Peace Collective

Peace Collective

Toronto brand Peace Collective has started to produce face masks complete with the mottos its famous for. For every mask purchased, one will be given to those in need and businesses can also apply for mask donations. Along with the face masks, for every garment purchased, Peace Collective will donate one to a healthcare worker.

$30 at Peace Collective

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