Although quarantine might be over for many states, government officials are still advising everybody to stand on the side of caution and continue wearing face coverings. These six design houses have continued to support their local and national communities by designing masks for the public and giving back to those in need.
The masks in this collection are signature Johnny Was with large floral prints and a plethora of other flower designs. For each pack of masks sold, the company will send a pack to a health care worker in need. Signature print pack, $250, Johnny Was, Shop Now
To keep you virus-free and give some love to the planet, Misha Nonoo has, quite literally, got you covered with its sustainably made, handsewn masks. MN mask, $18, Misha Nonoo, Shop Now
With each purchase of a lacy face covering with an inlaid pocket for filters, Cosabella will be donating 20% of the net profits to those impacted by COVID-19. V face mask, $18, Cosabella, Shop Now
Made from the brand's bohemian leftover fabric, the masks will help support front-line workers. Face mask, $20, LoveShackFancy, Shop Now
Faux Fur atelier Maison Atia is doing its part to help the community with faux fur masks created from leftover fabric. Handmade faux fur mask, $30, Maison Atia, Shop Now
Sold in two styles to fit both masculine and feminine faces, SIWY is bringing street style prints to the realm of face coverings with plaids, camo and denim. Masks4all, $15, SIWY, Shop Now
Photography by: Courtesy of Orchard Mile