Face coverings have dramatically evolved throughout the pandemic. They began as a necessary, utilitarian item. But as they became part of our everyday lives, everyone began reimagining how a face covering can look. Though they’re still essential and utilitarian at their core (at the most essential level, a mask should always safely and comfortably cover one’s mouth and nose), they’ve now become a form of accessory. With that in mind, it was only a matter of time before this fashion sentiment evolved with our signature skyline as well.
Embroidered on linen/cotton in day and Night themes - washable and reusable.
Masks do not replace or reduce the necessity to practice social distancing in the fight against COVID-19.