Made in the U.S.A.
In an effort to keep the vital American workers supply chain operating and provide critical supplies to the public at large, our sewing factories and staff are working at full capacity to produce face masks as quickly as possible to ship to you. Rest assured our factories are operating under the strictest safety precautions and follow all guidelines as advised by the CDC and the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.
Your purchase goes a long way to help keep our industry moving forward and keeping the community healthy by doing your part to flatten the curve.
Thank you and #MaskUp!
Getting back to normal.
The CDC and many of our local leaders are requesting we all wear non-medical grade face masks and respect the social distancing rule when doing essential errands in our communities for the near future.
Daphna, age 36 (homeschooling two kids and working from home)
All our reusable masks are made with repurposed high-quality breathable fabrics. Each mask has a pocket inside for filters, if needed (sold separately). Machine wash often and dry completely for best use. Please note: all our masks are final sale. We cannot accept returns.
You asked. We answered.
PRE-ORDER - ages 2 to 6
By popular demand, we have created our masks to fit the little ones... all made from the same high quality fabrics and in colorful prints the kids will love.
Mia, age 7 (focusing on crayon art during this time at home)
Our Charitable Partner
Downtown Women's Center
We are proud to provide free masks to staff and members to of the Downtown Women's Center of Los Angeles to help maintain services during this critical time. The DWC is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women. If you would like to join us in this effort, please click below to purchase masks with us!
Our masks are not FDA approved as a medical device, nor certified as PPE (personal protective equipment). They are to provide some level of protection based on the CDC's recommendation that even DIY masks are helpful, but they are not a substitute for medical grade masks.