Masazul Mask

Designed by Ignacio & Artemio Ramos

This mask project by Carla Fernández is a tribute to 10 artisan makers of traditional masks in five different states: Michoacán, Colima, Oaxaca, Chiapas and Guerrero. 25% of the sales from this project supports the artisans directly involved in the project. The rest supports another 175 artisans with whom the brand collaborates. 

Carla Fernández works at the forefront of ethical fashion, documenting and preserving the rich textile heritage of Mexico's indigenous communities, while simultaneously making it avant-garde. She has had solo exhibitions at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston; the Americas Society, New York; the Museo Jumex, Mexico City and this December she will be honored with the Design Visionary Award by Design Miami.

Her piece, 'Fashion as Resistance' is included in the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition, 'Made It: The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion,' which will be on view November 21, 2020 to March 14, 2021.


Made from 100% Cotton poplin, pre-shrunk
Double layered
Printed with ecological inks in Yucatan
Washable and Reusable

Not a direct substitute for N95, surgical, or procedural masks and are NOT FDA approved. This is a personal use item and cannot be returned.

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