Burberry Is Launching Reusable Face Masks


If wearing face masks out in public will be a part of our standard operating procedure for the foreseeable future, we might as well do it in style. We’ve been matching our masks to our makeup and matching our masks to our looks. Several designers started making reusable masks early on the pandemic. Now Burberry has joined their ranks with the launch of its first-ever face mask collection.

Burberry’s masks are patterned in the brand’s iconic Nova Check print and come in two different colorways: tan and light blue. Each mask was crafted from revalued fabric and antimicrobial technology, and provide Particle Filtration Efficiency (PFE). The pieces also arrive in its own portable pouch made from the same materials as the mask to protect it even when it’s not in use.

burberry masks


burberry masks


Burberry will also continue its commitment to its Burberry Foundation COVID-19 Community Fund by donating a portion of sales from the masks to the fund, which was established in April 2020. “We are proud to be donating 20 per cent of the selling price of each face mask to the Burberry Foundation COVID-19 Community Fund operated by The Burberry Foundation (registered charity number 1154468) to support communities impacted by the pandemic globally,” the brand stated on the site. The fund donates PPE to hospitals across the UK and has made several monetary donations to vaccine research, charities, and companies producing and distributing PPE.

The masks aren’t available for purchase just yet but are “coming soon.” Take a look at the Burberry masks here.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io

Please share this page!

Articles You May Like

New Book “The Science of Stephen King” being released on October 6TH
Film Review: You Should Have Left (2020)
Who Is Nurse Mildred Ratched? Everything to Know About the One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest Villain
Final Season of Schitt’s Creek Coming to Netflix in October
Jasmine Tookes and Josephine Skriver On How the Fashion Industry Has Changed