Slightly dowdy British fashion label Burberry is proving it’s right on trend, launching a face mask in its signature tartan design.
However, looking fashionable and keeping the germs at bay won’t come cheap – the masks retailing online for a whopping £90 (or $A165).
But for that price you get a quality face mask Burberry says has been “enhanced with an antimicrobial technology”. Whatever that may be.
Burberry’s face masks will be available in two colours: beige and pale blue. Each mask comes with a small travel pouch, allowing one to carry their mask securely.
The brand will also donate 20 per cent of the sale price of each mask to the Burberry Foundation COVID-19 Community Fund.
Want one? Well, apparently they’ve not yet been released and if you do, you have to sign-up via the Burberry website to place your order.
It’s not the first time that COVID has inspired Burberry designers. Back in April, it was revealed that the factory that typically made the brand’s famous trenchcoats was producing PPE, including hospital gowns and face masks, for hospital staff fighting the COVID outbreak in the UK.
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