Celebrities and Designers Making Face Masks You Can Buy Online

Celebrities and designers are helping those in need during the COVID-19 outbreak by making masks.

By Alyssa Morin May 11, 2020 5:19 PMTags
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Magic happens when fashion is made for a good cause!

Celebrities and designers are helping those in need during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. With everything going on in the world, many Hollywood stars and fashion powerhouses have started making face masks.

Many have created masks that feature a charitable aspect, too.

For example, Karolina Kurkova teamed up with the brand Billie Blooms to help those in need.

"I have teamed up with @billieblooms to create the #MaskForAll project to produce and donate sustainable cloth masks," the model shared on Instagram. "We have adopted the 1-for-1 model and for every mask purchased, one will be donated through @feedingamerica s food banks in Miami and New York—two places I'm proud to call home."

Moreover, designer Michael Costello has been making masks since March and donating them to essential workers and various organizations in Los Angeles. He's given his masks to the LAPD, USPS workers, Children's Hospital L.A. and many other locations.

Celebs Giving Back Throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic

To see which brands and celebrities have created masks for a good cause (and ones that you can buy online), scroll through our gallery below!

Olivia Culpo

Express partnered with Feeding America to show support via their #ExpressTogether initiative, giving $10 back to the organization (up to $250,000 now through Aug. 29, 2020) for each mask sold as part of its More Than A Mask collaboration with Olivia Culpo. 

Jill Zarin & Ally Shapiro

For every mask purchased, the mother-daughter duo donate one to a frontline worker. To date, that's 3,000 masks! The reusable, washable and breathable face covers⁠—available in 2-ply and 3-ply—come in an array of colors and patterns, including fuchsia, emerald and tie dye. Check out the Masks by Jill and Ally collection here—and, thanks to the reality stars, enjoy 15 percent off with the code ENEWS15.

The Weeknd

The performer will match every dollar raised from the run of face masks with all net proceeds going to the non-profit charity MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. Face masks can be purchased here for $15. 

Michael Costello

The designer has been hard at work to help those who are most vulnerable during the pandemic. For every mask purchased (which vary in prices), Costello has been donating them to various places in Los Angeles, including the LAPD, USPS workers, Children's Hospital L.A. and many more.

Karolina Kurkova x Billie Blooms

The model teams up with Billie Blooms for a good cause! For every $20 mask sold, one will be donated to someone in need. The two have also partnered with Feeding America to help those in Miami and New York.

Alice + Olivia

For every $10 mask sold, the fashion label will donate a mask to hospitals and communities in need.

Daniel Patrick

Choose from a multitude of colors and prints on Patrick's site. What's more? If you buy at least two masks ($25 each), the brand will send you another one for free.

Morgan Stewart Sport

For every $15 mask sold, the E! host is donating one to the United Way Pandemic Relief Fund.

Michael Ngo

For every mask purchased (which ranges from $100-$500!!), funds will be donated to the Los Angeles Food Bank. "We raised $12.5K which enough to provide 50,000 meals for the @lafoodbank," the designer shares.

(This story was originally published on Monday, April 20 at 7:40 p.m. PT.)

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