Face masks have become an everyday accessory following the coronavirus outbreak – but that doesn't mean you can't look good wearing them!
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John Lewis has released pretty and practical cloth masks to protect the public, which is especially important since non-medical face coverings are now mandatory in most indoor spaces, including shops, supermarkets and public transport.
The gorgeous designer masks are so popular they regularly sell out. Luckily, the department store is regularly restocking them, so we take a look at how to get your hands on one (and give back to charity)...
Three designer face coverings, £15, John Lewis
What designer face masks is John Lewis selling?
Six British designers, Halpern, Julien Macdonald, Liam Hodges, Mulberry, RAEBURN and RIXO have designed sustainable non-medical face coverings as part of a joint campaign between The British Fashion Council and Bags of Ethics.
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The colourful options include a yellow and grey snakeskin print, blue union jack and a simple grey geometric pattern - so one to suit every outfit! Plus, it's best to leave the classic blue surgical masks for healthcare professionals who really need them.
How to get a designer face mask from John Lewis
Bags of Ethics are manufacturing the washable face coverings, which come in packs of three with two protective pouches and are available to buy for £15 from John Lewis - but hurry because they regularly sell out.
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If you find the ones you want are unavailable, you can enter your email address so the department store can notify you when they're back in stock. Or you can brave a physical visit!
The aim is to raise £1million with 100 per cent of the profits being split between NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal, BFC Foundation Fashion Fund and Wings of Hope Children’s Charity.
Julien Macdonald, Liam Hodges and RIXO face masks, £15, John Lewis
The Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex both count Mulberry among their go-to labels, with Kate Middleton sending fans wild over her fluffy blue jacket back in March 2020 and Meghan Markle opting for a stunning Mulberry Clifton shoulder bag back in 2018.
Royals such as Duchess Kate, Camilla Parker Bowles and Queen Letizia have all been pictured at royal engagements equipped with face masks, so perhaps we'll see the royals rocking some of the affordable designer face masks soon.
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