With lockdown and travel restrictions easing, Bags of EthicsTM are the perfect masks to help reduce pollution this plastic-free July, as well as preventing you from inadvertently giving someone else the virus if you are pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic.
Great British Designer Face Coverings: Reusable, for People and Planet
The masks are a joint campaign with British Fashion Council to manufacture and retail internationally, sustainable and reusable non-medical face coverings to use alongside existing social distancing measures. Designed in London by six British designers, Halpern, Julien Macdonald, Liam Hodges, Mulberry, RAEBURN and RIXO the project aims to raise £1 million with 100% of sale profits going to charity and split between NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Urgent Appeal, BFC Foundation Fashion Fund and Wings of Hope Children’s Charity. They have already gained incredible support from the likes of Laura Whitmore and Dermot O’Leary.
Bags of EthicsTM is a positive label that promotes the people and planet behind reusable
products. The UK-based organisation offers brands across the world the ability to create beautifully designed, eco-friendly products made in an ethical way.
The non-medical face coverings are manufactured at Bags of EthicsTM 100% owned partner factories and provide a reusable and sustainable option for the environment with no single-use plastic. They are priced at £15 for three reusable, washable, fabric face coverings with two protective pouches, and are available to buy online through bagsofethics.org and through partner retailers including ASOS, Boots (coming to airports soon), John Lewis & Partners and Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.