Apart from bright printed masks, the brand offers four-layer masks embroidered with nature-inspired motifs.
Available at Limerick.in; ₹1,500
Made to Heal
Organic Cotton Mask by Upasana
The label is making two kinds of masks: one uses a neem-based dye with detoxifying, anti-allergenic and calming properties and the other is made with fabric interwoven with silver thread for anti-pathogenic, cleansing and energizing qualities.
The designer is using waste fabrics from her streetwear label’s past collections to make masks that can help reduce the burden of single-use surgical masks on the environment. Available via Instagram.com/adk_avishidayalkalra; ₹200-250 per mask
Printed Mask by Abhishek Dutta
The designer is making three-layered protection masks in cotton printed with graphic geometric patterns to match his collections.
Available at AbhishekDutta.in; ₹500
Maskaba Face Mask by Masaba
With quirky and kitschy Indian prints, designer Masaba Gupta’s Maskaba mask offers that much needed splash of colour. It is made of double-layered crepe and is free-size.
Available at HouseofMasaba.com; ₹900
Not just for style
Airific N95 Viral & Pollution Mask by Nirvana Being
With its nanotech filter, the Airific N95 mask keeps out more than 95% of particulate matter and contaminants and 99% of bacteria and viruses. The fabric allows for ventilation.