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The Best Places To Shop Stylish Face Masks

The Best Places To Shop Stylish Face Masks

As ‘face coverings’ became mandatory on public transport from June 15, many people are now looking for the perfect, reusable face mask. We have scanned the market and found the best places to shop stylish face masks.

HAREM London

HAREM London have created 2 face masks, both following the brand’s simple and sophisticated vibe. Made from 100% cotton and 100% polyester, each mask is designed for your comfort. The brand is also donating 100% of sales to the NHS. To kick off the celebrations of Pride Month, the brand have also designed limited edition Naked Masks with different coloured threads – whether it is purple, pink, blue or green! If you are looking for a minimalistic mask, it is definitely worth checking HAREM London out.


If you are looking for fun and unique patterned masks, UBIK has you covered! From India to the UK, each mask is named and designed after cities and towns from all around the world. The fabric is waterproof, antibacterial, quick-drying and most importantly breathable. Another great aspect of these masks is their reversible feature, so you can choose either the patterned side or a plain colour – depending on your outfit!


MaskClub is the first ever mask subscription service in the UK! Offering thousands of iconic and recognisable prints to make wearing a mask less intimidating – from the likes of Warner Bros, Superman, Care Bears and Sesame Street. For every mask purchases, MaskClub will be donating 10% of their sales to NHS Charities. However, if you do not wish to subscribe you can also opt to buy the masks separately. The masks are priced at £13.99 each or £9.99 for the subscription service!

Prabal Gurung

These limited release floral jacquard face masks from Prabal Gurung are delicately handmade in New York. Offering beautiful black and white floral designs created from upcycled fabrics. 10% of all proceeds from online sales of masks and tote bags will go towards Prabal Gurung’s ongoing COVID-19 response efforts.


When these masks dropped on the Topshop site there were numerous fashionable designs to match each of your outfits, however these high demand masks sold out fast. Despite many of the cute patterned masks selling out, the site is still offering 2 face masks. These simplistic designs are ideal for everyday wear! Get your hands on these fashion face masks from Topshop, with profits being donated to charity – estimated £3.89 donation per mask sold.

Johan Ku

Johan Ku has designed 21 clothing masks as a part of his #2 Collection. Each mask is inspired by different movies and his 19 previous collections. The fashion designer offers a selection of fun and innovative designs – including colourful lighters on the Elliot Mask. If you want a quirky face mask, Johan Ku will definitely have one for you!


APUJAN X Xpure launched their second drop of face masks last week. Their eco-friendly masks are made from either printed or jacquard fabrics. The filter efficiency is higher than 99.9%, with the ability to block smog, air pollution, allergens and bacteria. The brand is offering 5 different, creative designs to choose from.

Isabel Manns

Isabel Manns is another UK brand creating face masks for their customers during the pandemic. Made from exclusive floral prints and soft cotton, these are perfect for the summer months. These masks were crafted by London based ateliers, in support of the staff during this difficult time. At £12 each, these beautiful masks are affordable – with all profits going to the NHS.


BonPrix is offering packs of 4 face masks in various cute designs. This particular pack of 4 comes in red and navy nautical themed prints. These masks are made up of 2 layers, a printed polyester outer layer and a comfortable cotton lining. The elasticated straps and integrated pleats ensure the mask remains in place – ensuring the mouth and nose are completely covered. Priced at £11.99 for 4, these masks are a super affordable option!

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