We’ve collaborated with five incredible artists, Supermundane, Morag Myerscough, Marylou Faure, Marcus Walters and Fandangoe Kid, to create a range of limited edition face coverings to celebrate pride in safety and style.
100% of the proceeds will go to help our charity partner, akt, who support homeless and vulnerable lgbtq+ youth. The £10 of a face covering can cover the cost of a hygiene kit for a young person, including a selection of face coverings, hand sanitisers, soaps and other toiletries.
You can purchase your pride face covering at They Made This on Dukes Lane. Only limited designs available now!
Please note: These face coverings are not for medical use or for use within medical environments, however covering your face (nose & mouth) can help reduce the spread of viral matter.
Thank you for your kind generosity and support!
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