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Caitlin Keogh Floral Print Mask - Head Loops


$25.20 Members


PRODUCT: Caitlin Keogh Floral Print Mask - Head Loops
MADE: United States of America
MATERIALS: Two layers of 100% cotton, elastic straps.
DESIGNER: Caitlin Keogh
Caitlin Keogh produces finely detailed paintings and drawings of textile patterns and fashion accessories, unabashedly reveling in the beauty and technique of designing, making, and wearing clothing. “My interest in drawing and painting developed synonymously with learning to sew and loving fabrics,” she explains, citing Cecil Beaton’s controversial photographs of models posing in front of Jackson Pollock paintings (published in Vogue, March 1951) as affirming, boundary-breaking influences on her own work. She sources the patterns for her paintings, which mimic swatches of woven or printed fabric, from scraps of cloth and images in books and online. In her detailed, colored pencil on paper drawings, Keogh concentrates on such fashion accessories as shoes and scarves, depicting them with a wit and playfulness that hints at their fetishistic status.

Set includes two masks.

Masks are steam ironed before mailing. Please wash and dry them before using, and wash and dry, or thoroughly steam iron them between uses. Print will fade with repeated washing. We recommend washing masks in a mesh bag as you would wash delicates, or hanging to dry to prolong the lifespan as the elastic straps can get caught in washing machines.

Masks have a wire nose bridge which helps keep the top part of the mask snug to the nose. Adjust this by gently bending the wire to fit your face/nose.

Small: 5.25" height x 8" width
Medium: 6" height x 9.5" width
Large: 6.5" height x 10" width

The mask is not FDA-approved and not intended for medical use.

Not intended for children under 2 years of age or anyone with difficulty breathing.

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