Nanushka Steps In With Reusable Protective Masks

Nanushka Steps In With Reusable Protective Masks

Nanushka Steps In With Reusable Protective Masks

In line with the brand's eco-friendly ethos.

In line with the brand's eco-friendly ethos.

Text: Valerie Stepanova

Budapest-based contemporary brand Nanushka is joining the global movement to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The sustainable label has announced that it will be retooling its atelier to manufacture and distribute reusable protective masks made from the unused fabrics in its recent Instagram post:

Around 2,000 masks are to be produced each week over the course of next month and then given out to customers with online orders, free of charge. To further alleviate the worldwide struggle, Nanushka will be donating the reusable masks to key organizations that help those who need it most during this crisis.

Nanushka’s Budapest and New York flagship stores are currently closed. You can browse the brand’s latest offerings online at nanushka.com.

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