There’s no denying the fact that masks are the new norm and have become an essential part of our lives. While the World Health Organisation recommends medical masks for healthcare workers, elderly people, people with underlying health conditions, and people who have tested positive for the coronavirus or show symptoms, healthy individuals who don’t fall into these categories can get away with wearing a cool, fabric mask. The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention also recommends cloth masks for the general public.
Designers across the world have started introducing face masks into their collections and Pakistani brands are not far behind. Many of them have launched printed and embroidered masks for those who are bored with the regular surgical masks or the N-95s.
The Current has listed a few brands where you can purchase a mask and add a unique twist to your outfits:
Alkaram has masks for kids and adults for Rs 150.
Huma Adnan has some very fancy face masks ranging from Rs 1000 to 3000.
Zeen is giving a pack of two face masks for Rs 195.