Wearing a mask is part of staying safe during the pandemic and you know what? Staying safe not only can be a fashion statement, but it can also be a luxury statement. Case-in-point: this world’s most expensive face mask created by Israeli luxury jewelry brand, Yvel.
Face mask is the new normal if we are expected to return life to normal. That said, if you don’t trust anything other than N95 masks, well then, AirQueen.com has good news.
Do you miss seeing the full face of people who have come into contact with you? Well, if everyone were to wear the TrueContour TC1 Transparent Custom Fit Mask, you will get to see facial expressions and forever put an end to guessing whether or not the person is smiling or not. Or whether or …
Lets talk face masks. Specifically, the AusAir which was on Kickstarter earlier this year. The good news is, it delivered, albeit a little delayed. In fact, I have it for a month now and have wore it every day I head out. You may want to read this review before you commit to this mask. …
Not feeling safe from the threat of coronavirus even with a mask on? Well then, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s researchers may have a solution. While face mask has been proven to reduce risk of infection, MIT has developed a mask that inactivates CoV-2 virus.
When Apple designed a mask for its employees, it turns out to be as minimal and stylish as its products. That prompted us to think: what if a tech-focus automaker like Tesla Motors also engineered a mask? Would it be as high-tech as its electric vehicles?
With the pandemic having no end in sight, Los Angeles-based Production Club proposed a socially responsible solution to welcome the new normal. This suit, called Micrashell, is designed specifically to satisfy the innate need of humans to socialize at crowded clubs and live events.
In the midst of the pandemic, businesses big and small are making and selling face masks. But not Apple. Oh, wait. Apple actually designed and made face masks too. However, it is not in the business of selling them.
Well, what do I know? I thought the spherical helmet conceptualized by art collective Plastique Fantastique in response to the pandemic was not something to be taken seriously. But then this happen: AIR by MicroClimate.
Are you a huge Louis Vuitton fan? Are you disappointed that LV isn’t selling LV-branded face mask? Well, you are in luck. LV may not sell face masks, but The Custom Movement will sell you one.