Modish Masks

The world is changing, and facemasks are all the rage now out of necessity. But whoever said we can’t make them fashionable? Check out our picks of these limited-edition masks from the most coveted brands in the world.  

Takashi Murakami

The Japanese contemporary artist is world-famed and respected for his work, which is mainly cheeky and satirised takes on art and popular cultures. His rise to recognition has also secured him collaborative works with world-class brands like Louis Vuitton, Supreme, COMME des GARÇONS and more. The artist is also contributing to the face mask scene with his collection of reusable masks featuring his signature smiley flower to add something joyful to your look.

Prabal Gurung

The world was first graced by this designer’s eponymous collection in 2009, and in no time at all, Prabal Gurung’s name became a household one in the fashion industry. Known for supporting his local community and believing in the importance of domestic production, Prabal’s label is really one with a genuine good cause behind the glitz and glamour. Recently, the brand launched a limited-edition floral jacquard non-medical protective face mask created from upcycled fabrics, resulting in each item being one-of-a-kind.


Founded by designer Erdem Moralioglu in 2005, this fashion house has gained quite the following, especially among the discerning, in-the-know few. For the brand’s pre-fall 2020 collection, ERDEM created a face mask from printed Italian cotton. Upholding the principle of sustainability, the mask is made from leftover fabric, features two fabric-covered elasticated straps and a removable filter that goes into the filter pocket.


The brainchild of the ever-sensational Kim Kardashian West, SKIMS showcases a collection of shapewear and underwear that aims to cater to different shapes and colours, as evident in its skin-coloured signature selection. The brand also released reusable and washable face masks that come in the aforementioned all-inclusive palette. The best thing about this collection is that it’s soft, breathable and comfortable to wear.


Created by the much sought-after designer Virgil Abloh, Off-White took the world by storm when it was first founded in 2012. Jumping on the bandwagon of the necessary facemask trend, the brand launched the Black Arrows Mask, featuring double elastic around the head and neck for comfort and stability.



This brand barely needs any further introduction, and it has proven why by raising the bar in the facemask game. Givenchy didn’t only create a mask, but also a stylish cap to complete the look. The removable mask comes with a black nylon curved brim cap trimmed with black leather. The grey and yellow ombre GIVENCHY PARIS signature can be seen on the front of the cap and on the detachable mask.


The creation of twin brothers and fashion designers Dean and Dan Caten, Dsquared2 is known for its cheekiness and collaborations with the biggest names in pop culture, like Madonna, Rihanna and Christina Aguilera. The brand created an edgy collection of knitted facemasks, featuring a black and white palette with a simple logo. Trés urban chic. 

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