12 Cloth Face Masks to Shop Now and Support Young Designers

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When the call came for designers to begin creating masks and protective gear for healthcare workers, fashion names from LVMH to L.L. Bean stepped in to help. With masks becoming a requirement in many public settings, our favorite up-and-coming fashion brands are have begun offering inventive options that go beyond a bandana.

Below, some of our favorite designers, from L.A. to Detroit to Rhode Island, who are creating their own non-medical fashion face masks, many of them with charitable components. Staying safe in style, helping out a small business, and giving back to those in need? That’s a win-win-win.

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1

Cloud Mask

phlemuns.com

$29.00

Designer James Flemons will donate N95 masks to essential workers for each mask purchased.

2

Fashion Face Mask With Bows

collinastrada.com

$100.00

Hillary Taymour is using deadstock fabric from past collections to create these maximalist masks. For each mask purchased, she will be providing 5 masks to healthcare professionals in New York City. 

3

Japanese Vintage Cotton Masks, 3-Pack

vplstore.com

$34.00

VPL’s masks get extra sustainability points: they’re made from vintage Japanese cotton. 

4

Blue Reiko Hand-Batik Cotton Face Mask

studiooneeightynine.com

$20.00

The hand-dyed batik masks are created from locally sourced Ghanian cotton. 

5

Floral Painting Black Face Mask

profound
profoundco.com

$6.25

A portion of the proceeds will benefit health care workers in New York and New Jersey and the International Rescue Fund’s COVID-19 fund for refugee families.

6

Pink Wool Boucle/Cotton Mask

modulare.us

$68.00

The “Uptown Girl” of masks. Proceeds from sales go to procuring and funding PPE for those who need it. 

7

A DIOP Facemask

weardiop.com

$15.00

The Detroit label is giving back to the community by donating a portion of its mask proceeds to Feed the Frontlines, a charity supporting local restaurants and providing meals to emergency personnel. 

8

Reusable Non-Medical Grade Face Masks

alabamachanin.com

$12.00

The Florence, AL brand is also offering online tutorials on making DIY masks. 

9

Handmade Face Cover

lotuffleather.com

$25.00

Located in Providence, R.I., the brand is donating a portion of these bandana-style masks to people in need in their community. 

10

For Days mask

fordays.com

$25.00

The circular fashion startup is sewing masks for postal workers, healthcare professionals, and other essential workers in L.A. If you buy a 5-pack, they will donate 5 more masks to this initiative. 

11

The Sustainable Mask

christydawn.com

$30.00

The L.A. label is making its masks from deadstock cotton, featuring its signature retro floral prints. 

12

Vintage Fabric Covid Masks

courtyardla.com

$40.00

The designer is donating mask sets to essential workers and unhoused people in Downtown Los Angeles. 

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