Masque barrière chambray bleu marine
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Masque barrière chambray bleu marine

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Objectif : battre le virus à plate couture !

Masque barrière triple couche, réutilisable et lavable, doté d’une barrette nasale permettant d’épouser la forme du nez.

Conçu suivant les recommandations de l’AFNOR :
trois couches de tissus permettent une protection et un confort optimal. La couche face externe agit comme première barrière contre les particules alors que la face interne garanti un confort maximal sur le visage. La couche intermédiaire en polypropylène sert de filtre : c'est la même matière que celle utilisée dans les masques chirurgicaux.

1ère couche face externe : tissu 100% coton
2ème couche intermédiaire : meltblown polypropylène Fitesa
3ème couche face interne : tissu 100% coton

Une fabrication artisanale et une démarche responsable : 
les masques sont confectionnés dans notre atelier du sud de l'Italie en utilisant les chutes de nos tissus de chemises.

Décliné dans trois tailles pour équiper toute la famille :

Disponible en ligne
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Indisponible dans la boutique Faubourg Saint-HonoréDisponible dans la boutique Madeleine
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5,40 €

9 €

-40%

Masque de protection élégant pour la vie quotidienne.
N’exonère pas son porteur de l’application des gestes barrières et des règles de distanciation sociale.

Origine :
Fabriqué en Italie : notre atelier de confection de cravates, maître dans l'art du fil et de l'aiguille, a changé la soie pour le coton et la triplure en laine pour le filtre en polypropylène afin de vous munir de masques barrières élégants, confortables et protecteurs.

Mesures :
Enfant : 15 cm x 7 cm 
Femme/Ado : 16 cm x 8 cm
Homme : 19 cm x 9 cm 

Matières :
1ère couche face externe : tissu 100% coton OEKO-TEX®
2ème couche intermédiaire : meltblown polypropylène Fitesa
3ème couche face interne : tissu 100% coton OEKO-TEX®

Produit non-échangeable et non-remboursable.
Attention, ce masque n’est pas un dispositif médical ou de type FFP2. ​​​​​​

Livraison France :

Livraison offerte en France métropolitaine dès 150€
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Is the protective face mask the new fashion accessory of 2020?

We prefer keeping this debate short: The forced wearing of a mouth-and-nose protection will always be a restriction of personal and stylistic freedom and, despite colourful, creative masks, not a long-term, fashionable pleasure.

Nevertheless, these masks will accompany us regularly in the future. Be it short-term, with the obligation to wear them in public transport in the weeks after the lockdown or social distancing restrictions are lifted, or even long-term, when going out in public while ill, as the Japanese have been doing for 20 years.

In these moments nobody wants to look as if they have just left the hospital! As a specialist in elegant men's accessories, we wish to make these changes and restrictions of everyday life as pleasant as possible for you by offering you a less "clinical" version of the protective face mask. It is important to us that our fabric masks are both protective and comfortable to wear and that they integrate naturally into an elegant outfit thanks to careful selection of high-quality shirt fabrics.


Elegant, reusable but above all protective face masks

Our washable and reusable fabric masks are mainly used to prevent the wearer from infecting fellow humans and the environment.

We have chosen a pleated design with two layers made from an OEKO-TEX certified cotton poplin fabric, a dense and durable yet breathable weave. In addition, we added an intermediate layer of polypropylene meltblown fabric from Fitesa, the world market leader in technical nonwovens. This polypropylene layer guarantees an optimal filtration of even the finest particles.

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Face masks as a symbol of support for traditional craftsmanship in times of global health and economic crisis

At the end of March, we asked our shirt manufacturer to produce protective face masks for French health workers from our fabric remnants (read the article here). Unfortunately, it was not possible to realize our request within the limited time available. In the meantime, we have found other ways to make our modest contribution to the fight against the virus: the organisation of a solidarity sale and mask donations from a Chinese partner.

With the unexpectedly long lockdown in France, we have directly witnessed the frightening economic impact the health crisis is having on the European craft industry. Italy, where we produce most of our clothing and accessories, has been particularly hard hit. In order to get their sewing machines working again, we commissioned our tie-making workshop in southern Italy to produce our protective face masks. Leftover fabric from our shirts and a selection of unused Liberty London fabrics were transformed under the seamstresses' nimble hands into protective, elegant and comfortable face masks for the whole family.


How to use face masks

The mask must be washed before each use. Before putting on a mask, wash your hands with soap and water or a hydroalcoholic solution.

Put the mask on so that your nose and mouth are completely covered and make sure it encloses your face well by squeezing the nose clip together. How to check if your mask is properly fitted: Breathe out firmly. If you do not feel a puff of air around your eyes, the mask is correctly put on.

Once on, you should not touch the mask again with your hands. The mask cannot be used more than once in a maximum period of 4 hours.

To remove the mask, first take off your protective gloves and wash your hands thoroughly. Do not touch the front of the mask but take it off using the elastic ear straps.

The fabric mask should then be placed in a clean plastic bag until washing.

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How to clean a reusable face mask

Avoid contact between a used protective mask and clean clothing or objects. If you touch a worn mask, you should wash your hands afterwards or alternatively wear disposable gloves.

We recommend you wash your reusable face masks in a laundry net on a normal wash programme and a maximum temperature of 40°C. After washing, the face mask should be directly laid out or hung up to dry. It is best to iron or steam-iron your mask at approx. 120°C, after it has dried completely, to ensure better disinfection of the mask.

Do not put your protective face mask in the dryer.


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Our mission?

To design high-quality clothes and accessories that you can wear with elegance, for a long time, without ruining yourself.

We focus our energy on the quality of our materials and fabrics and the care with which our collections are made. In this context, we prefer short distribution channels and the traditional savoir-faire of ateliers and pay a particular attention to our social and environmental responsibility.

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Par stéphane R.  le 08 Oct. 2020
Produit évalué : Masque barrière chambray bleu marine

Bonne qualité, le tissu est assez épaisseur sans être étouffant. La surface est néanmoins un peu grande, peu ne pas convenir aux plus petits visages

Bonne qualité, le tissu est assez épaisseur sans être étouffant. La surface est néanmoins un peu grande, peu ne pas convenir aux plus petits visages

Par christopher C.  le 21 Aout 2020
Produit évalué : Masque barrière chambray bleu marine

Test de la bougie réussi. Élégant.

Test de la bougie réussi. Élégant.

Par olivier M.  le 03 Juil. 2020
Produit évalué : Masque barrière chambray bleu marine

Beau et utile

Beau et utile

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