Burberry, the British luxury fashion company is selling reusable cloth face masks, available exclusively online.
Priced at RM560 per piece, the reusable cloth face mask comes with two colours, with vintage check printed design, the trademark of the brand.
20 per cent of each sale of the cloth mask will be donated to Burberry Foundation COVID-19 Community Fund. It is to support communities impacted negatively during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Besides, Burberry has also shown its support in combating the Covid-19 coronavirus by funding a vaccine development research conducted by the University of Oxford earlier in March this year, according to Independent.
The luxury fashion brand also delivered 100,000 surgical face mask to the workers of Nation Health Service of the United Kingdom, as well as transformed its Yorkshire trench coat factory into making non-surgical gowns and masks for the patients.
The cloth face masks contain Particle Filtration Efficiency (PFE) and enhanced antimicrobial technology in it to ensure every precaution has been taken, according to GLASS.
You can now be fashionable and protect yourself at the same time amidst the pandemic. Interested? You can check out the pieces here.
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