Masaba Gupta, Gucci, Louis Vuitton & Chanel Give Boring Face Masks A Fashionable Twist

This calls for a design revolution, doesn’t it?

Everyone across the globe has been trying to do their bit to contribute to the fight against coronavirus. The fashion industry has also stepped up by not just donating millions of face masks to the frontliners and the needy but also by designing some super quirky versions of them. 

Even after the pandemic ends, we will be stepping out wearing face masks all the time. Thus, we can safely say that they are now going to be a part of our wardrobe. This calls for a design revolution, doesn’t it? 

Here are our top five favorite trendy masks designed by leading fashion houses and figures: 

#1: Masaba Gupta launches the ‘Maskaba’ 

Masaba Gupta recently launched a quirky initiative called Maskaba that is dedicated to the design and mass production of coronavirus protective masks. Aligning with her style, the print patterns have a hint of Indian exoticness to them.  

Elaborating more on these masks, Masaba Gupta said, “These masks are washable & reusable. The Masks are being made from fabric that was meant for garments, at one of our production vendors. The team is small- with 3 workers who live at this same facility in quarantine & we are making sure the workers are being paid, and are taken care of.” 

#2: Louis Vuitton contributes to the cause

One of the first looks of the elegant Louis Vitton masks came from model Jessika Hart’s Instagram, who got the mask as a birthday gift. 

Apart from making some royal designer masks, Louis Vuitton has also donated over 2,500 face masks to New York’s medical staff earlier this week. 

#3: Chanel steps up its mask game! 

The luxury brand, Chanel has also produced some of the most fashionable and trendy facemasks lately. They have also assured people that these masks are being produced keeping in mind all social distancing rules and are safe to use! 

#4: Under Armour gives a smart mass production solution

Being an athletic wear company, Under Armour has been focusing on how to produce durable, simple but classy non-surgical face masks. They came up with a ‘no-sew’ technique that has made the production faster. On an estimate, Under Armour produces about 100,000 of such masks per week. 

#5: Gucci’s internet-breaking facemask

Miley Cyrus and Billie Eilish made public appearances in their Gucci face masks and proved why Gucci is considered one of the most amazing fashion brands there ever is. 

These masks don’t look over the top, can be worn daily but are trendy AF! Fashion Score: 100

Which one is your favorite from the list? 

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