With facewear becoming a major part of our daily lives around the world in the midst of the corona virus pandemic, fashion houses are making money by producing a range of designer masks.
The Duchess of Cornwall was spotted today in a chic Liberty London silk face mask made by London-based couturist Fiona Clare when she visited the National Gallery in central London.
Camilla's envelope with a striking peacock print was reportedly a birthday present to a friend when she turned 73 earlier this month.
The accessory cost £ 38 – more expensive than a regular high street mask, but modest compared to those offered by Givenchy, Candice Cuoco, and Off-White.
Today the Duchess of Cornwall was discovered by London-based couturist Fiona Clare in a chic Liberty London silk mask when she visited the National Gallery in central London
Givenchy's cover, which is currently sold out at Ssense, comes with a nylon canvas mix cap that is snapped on with a snap fastener – justifying the price of £ 425.
In the meantime, Jeune Otte has turned vintage Hermes silk scarves into masks that are available for around £ 75. Here FEMAIL takes a look at some of the most luxurious designer face masks on the market.
Givenchy Black Logo Mask Cap – £ 425
This Givenchy face covering is the most expensive of the lot and can be removed with a snap fastener from the canvas cap made of nylon blend, which has tonally grained leather on the edge of the brim. The Givenchy logo is printed in blue on both the cap and mask, while the cover has a cotton jersey lining and perforated details, which means that it is probably not the best option to actually pre-Covid-19 to protect. It is currently sold at Ssense and Farfetch, but it is possible to be notified when the product is back in stock when you visit the Givenchy website directly
Candice Cuoco floral printed leather facewear – £ 180
This floral-patterned leather face cover by American fashion designer Candice Cuoco is on sale at Selfridges for £ 180 and is the most expensive in the range. The outer layer consists of 100 percent lambskin, while the inner layer is lined with polyester satin
Collina Strada Scribble Braid Face Mask – £ 154.85
This unusual and elaborate cotton face mask from Collina Strada, a brand by New York designer Hillary Taymour, offers bows and braided hair extensions with flower pendants and Swarovski details. The lining allows the use of filters. The mask is a collaboration between Hillary Taymour, Charlie Engman and Tomihiro Kono, who uses scrap in his studio to create unique masks
Isaac Sellam Experience a mesh face mask – £ 140
This black Isaac Sellam Experience Mesh face mask is for sale at Farfetch. It has elastic straps and is made of black leather and linen
Begg and Co Wispy Painted Camo Face Covering – £ 95
Begg & Co's Wispy Printed Camo was made in Scotland from 100 percent cashmere and made into a luxurious, washable, printed face mask. The ultra-light, breathable face cover is machine washable at 40 degrees and available for £ 95
Cheetah pattern face mask, rarely seen – £ 94
This £ 94 cheetah pattern from Mostly Heard Rarely Seen is designed to be ergonomically designed to conform to the contours of the face and to be comfortably attached around the ears with elastic straps with a toggle end
Faliero Sarti floral print face mask – £ 80
This flower cover from the Italian brand Faliero Sarti, which specializes in stoles, scarves and foulards, is made of stretch cotton and has a knife-pleat design and elastic straps
Jeune Otte Vintage Hermès silk scarf face mask – £ 73.50
These individual masks are handmade in Chicago from vintage silk scarves with Hermès Della Cavalleria print. For each Jeune Otte mask sold, the brand donates 10 percent of the proceeds to organizations that serve communities at risk during the COVID-19 crisis
Cream arrows face mask – £ 70
Off-White has been making a range of facewear since the pandemic broke out, and its arrow-colored face mask, available in different colors, has proven popular with both men and women
Sarah Chofakian face mask – £ 66
These cream-colored face masks by Sarah Chofakian, a Brazilian designer who normally makes handmade leather shoes and accessories for women, have leather inserts, elastic straps and a gold logo badge
Panties Reusable Leopard Face Cover – £ 39
This reusable £ 39 panties leopard face cover, which slips into the cheaper areas, promises comfort as its outer layer is made of pure mulberry silk. Inside, the mask is lined with breathable cotton. To ensure the perfect fit, the elastic ear loops and nose wire are fully customizable to the unique contours of your face
Fiona Clare handmade face mask – £ 38
If you're inspired today by Camilla Parker Bowles' mask game, you can order your own Fiona Clare creation made of Liberty London fabric by sending it on Instagram. A £ 32 donation from each mask goes to the Literacy Trust and My Dear New Friend, a new movement launched by Alice Irwin that encourages children and adults to use the power of letter writing to build new friends and Helping community members support each other during this difficult time and beyond
The Woman's Silk Heidi Vampire Face Mask – £ 35
The current luxury label The Vampire & # 39; s Wife, recently worn by Kate Middleton and Princess Beatrice, released two versions of the Vampire & # 39; s Wife Silk Face Mask, whose stylish face covering is available for £ 35. However, the mask was sold out within a day when conscious fashionistas snapped the 100 percent silk cover
Christopher Kane More Joy Face Mask – £ 30
Scottish fashion designer Christopher Kane has released a stylish face mask with the slogan "More Joy" that offers more protection against Covid-19 than most others. The fabric has been treated with VIRO FORMULA ™, which provides effective protection against viruses and bacteria: H1N1, H5N1, H7N9, Coronavirus (229E) and RSV. Tests show that the antiviral protection is retained even after 30 washes at a mild temperature
Wolford Lace Mask – £ 29.95
The tights brand Wolford has also jumped on the face and has brought out a light silk mask with a printed, floral lace design. This chic mask also has adjustable, elastic ear loops to fit the mask to your face shape and an aluminum nose wire to ensure a tight fit around the nose and cheeks. It's also reversible with a sleek black back, so you get two models in one. The silver Wolford logo on the right cheek completes the picture
What do the new laws say about face masks?
In shopping centers, banks, takeaways, sandwich shops and supermarkets, people are required to wear a face covering according to new regulations that came into force in England on July 24th.
The government has enacted new laws that penalize people who break the rules. Here we are Check out the new legislation.
– What has changed?
The new 2020 Health and Safety Laws (Coronavirus, wearing facewear in a relevant place) (England) have been published and entered into force last week.
– What does the law say?
No one can enter certain buildings, such as face-free shops that cover your face and nose, unless they have a reasonable excuse.
Facewear must be worn in: shops and malls; Banks; Build societies; Credit unions; short-term lenders; Savings clubs and exchange offices; wherever money is transferred by cash or check; Mail department.
A reasonable excuse is: if a person is unable to put on, wear or remove a face covering due to physical or mental illness, impairment or disability; if you are accompanying someone who relies on lip reading; Avoid or avoid harm or injury to yourself or others; to eat and drink or to take medication.
– Are there any exceptions?
Yes. The rules do not apply to children under the age of 11, employees of the company concerned or public transport employees, police officers, other rescue workers and officials.
Exceptions are: restaurants with table service and bars, including those in hotels or member clubs; Pubs; Libraries; Law firms; Medical and dental surgeries; Veterinarians; Cinemas; Theatre; Museums and galleries; Aquariums, indoor zoos or visitor farms or other indoor tourist, cultural or cultural sites; Night clubs; Bingo halls; Concert halls, public halls; Conference centers; Indoor gyms; Gym; Leisure centers; Indoor pools; Water parks; Bowling alleys; Fairs; Amusement parks; Amusement arcades; Indoor soft play areas; Indoor sports arenas; Casinos; Hotels; Spas; Beauty salons and hairdressers; Tattoo and piercing salons; Warehouse centers; Funeral director; Photo studios and auction houses.
– What happens if I break the rules?
They can be instructed by police officers or transport officials to put on a face covering or to leave the premises. Police officers can escort someone out of a building because they refuse to comply with the rules and use reasonable force when necessary. They could be fined £ 100, reduced to £ 50 if paid within 14 days, or even prosecuted.
– How long do the rules apply?
The government must review the rules within six months of the law's entry into force on January 24, 2021. Ultimately, the law expires after a year, unless the government scraps it beforehand.
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