British Fashion Council Launches Sustainable and Reusable Face Masks

by | Jun 16, 2020

With face coverings becoming a regular element to our daily routine, many brands have begun to produce and sell non-medical face coverings to meet consumer demands.

British Fashion Council alongside Bag of Ethics™ has partnered with 6 British designers including RIXO, Halpern, Julien Macdonald, Liam Hodges, Mulberry and RAEBURN, to create sustainable, reusable non-medical face coverings.
The campaign ‘Great British Designer Face Coverings: Reusable, for People and Planet’ aims to raise £1 million with 100% of the profits going to charity, split between NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Urgent Appeal, BFC Foundation Fashion Fund and Wings of Hope Children’s Charity.

Ethical supply chain specialists Bags of Ethics™ will manufacture the non-medical face coverings, providing a reusable and sustainable option for the environment with non-single use plastic.
The re-usable face masks will be sold in packs of three for £15 and can be purchased online at britishfashioncouncil.com and through partner retailers including Asos, Boots, John Lewis & Partners and Sainsbury’s (in Tu Clothing sections and at till points in selected superstores, convenience stores and online at Tu.co.uk)

https://bagsofethics.org/great-british-designer-face-coverings/

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