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HeavenShirt
,
Collina
Strada’s
Hillary
Taymour
has
been
sewing
masks
with
leftover
fabrics
in
her
studio
with
pretty
results,
from
daisy
prints
to
acid
plaids.
She’s
already
donated
many
of
them
to
the
it
is
in
the
first
place
but
Masks
4
Medicine
initiative;
while
they
aren’t
a
substitute
for
medical-grade
masks,
some
doctors
and
nurses
are
using
them
as
“covers”
over
their
N95s
to
extend
their
lifespan,
since
they’re
now
forced
to
reuse
them
repeatedly.
After
sharing
photos
of
the
masks
on
Instagram,
demand
from
Taymour’s
customers
spiked
instantly.
“I
had
so
many
[Instagram]
DMs
from
people
asking
for
the
masks,”
she
says.
“I
felt
weird
about
exploiting
a
product
and
selling
something
that
is
an
essential
need,
so
we
started
just
giving
them
away
for
free
with
all
purchases
on
our
e-commerce
site.
But
now
I
feel
like
people
are
just
buying
product
[on
our
site]
to
receive
a
mask,
so
I’m
figuring
out
a
good
price
point
to
move
forward
with
them.”

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Lia
Kes,
the
Id
Hit
That
Blackjack
shirt
.
HeavenShirt
it
is
in
the
first
place
but
founder
of
sustainable
New
York
label
Kes,
began
selling
upcycled
cotton
and
silk
masks
on
her
website
last
week.
She’s
also
been
wearing
one
anytime
she’s
outside:
“I
haven’t
left
home
without
a
mask
in
the
past
few
weeks,
and
neither
have
my
kids
and
our
team,”
she
says.
“The
reaction
from
our
Instagram
followers,
clients,
and
influencers
has
been
supportive—we’ve
never
experienced
as
much
online
traffic
as
we
are
[now],
and
the
reaction
is
heartwarming.”
It’s
a
nice
bonus
that
her
masks
come
in
luxe
materials
and
shades
of
berry
and
ivory.
In
addition
to
selling
them
to
civilians,
proceeds
of
the
masks
will
also
go
towards
buying
medical
supplies
for
healthcare
workers.
While
Vaillant
and
Meyer
currently
don’t
have
the
capacity
to
produce
and
sell
masks
on
their
website,
they
had
another
idea
for
brands
that
want
to
help:
“We
strongly
encourage
luxury
houses
and
groups
around
the
world
to
donate
their
stock
of
unused
textiles
to
produce
‘mask-making
kits’
to
be
given
or
sold
to
the
general
public. We
will
be
happy
to
help
in
the
development
and
conception
of
such
a
project.”


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