Reusable, Washable, Denim and IKEA Frakta Slogan Face Mask
Ethical and safety are our new normal.
Staying safe doesn't have to be aesthetically irresponsible. We can remain stylish while being sustainably conscious about our choices and the value and joy it brings to our daily needs.
So, to make a great looking, good quality, and long-lasting face mask that serves the wearer well. It matters that I upcycle and reuse as much discarded articles of clothing as possible. Mindfully, using each piece of material to create a one of a kind statement safety wear that is different from the rest.
I have used scraps of repurposed denim jeans, which I have purposely distressed while implementing various fabric manipulation techniques such as applique, together with parts of Ikea frakta bags, and bold vibrant letterings (INSIDE IKEA) to reconstruct and create a fun face mask with a bold identity, with zero-waste.
This mask is handmade with two layers of fabrics. The top layer featuring the Ikea frakta bag is backed with cotton denim. The second layer is lined with 100% cotton so that it won’t cause any irritation, making it very breathable and comfortable to wear.
It also features soft elastic loop which can be tied and tightened to your preferred fit.
This mask is not N95 or FDA rated, it is specifically designed as preventative safety wear to shield your face, mouth, and nose. The wearing of a face mask such as this could still reduce the transmissibility of viral particles by a small but significant amount, enough to make a difference to you and others.
- Size: Large
- All sales are final. I accept no returns or exchanges.
- Please note each mask is handmade in my studio, in the UK, with safety and care in mind.
- PLEASE HANDWASH THE MASK WITH MILD DETERGENT UPON DELIVERY AND AFTER USE. NO WRINGING
- Hang to dry, and iron at the correct temperature.
- Orders are dispatched between 3-5 days from purchase date.
- FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this mask will help fund a charity so dear to my heart in Nigeria.
Let’s continue to respect what's right for ourselves and others by staying safe indoors.