Now that mask-wearing has become an essential part of our daily lives, have you ever thought of incorporating them into your outfits? Well, now you can change up your look as K11 has partnered up with the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) to bring nine limited-edition masks in Hong Kong and across Asia! Featuring globally renowned artists such as Virgil Abloh, Alex Israel, Barbara Kruger, Yoko Ono, Hank Willis Thomas, as well as The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, this stylish collection of masks strives to promote artists’ creativity through wearable and everyday items, alongside K11's vision to bring positive changes to society.
All of the mask designs will be showcased at the Gold Ball inside K11 Musea, and are available for pre-order from August 7 onwards via the K11 e-shop for $320 each. All of the masks are crafted in Los Angeles and vary in fabric depending on the design, but please note that these masks are fashion accessories only and do not intend to serve protection purposes. The adjustable masks are made with two layers of fabric, featuring a pocket on the inside with open sides for the option of individual filter insertion. For more information on protective masks available in Hong Kong, click here. Andrea Wong