6 Caribbean designers with face masks you can shop

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Plenty of people are still wearing masks, and there are a plethora of Caribbean face mask designers you can support for the month of June. Whether you’re headed to a carnival celebration or simply repping your island, there’s a mask to match your ‘fit.

For a lot of people, wearing your country on your shirt or carrying your country’s flag is a regular thing. Pride for the Caribbean is potent all throughout the U.S. With creators pivoting, Caribbean face mask designers are doing the work to help people stay safe while repping their home country.

Although they’re not as accessible in your local market, you can find Caribbean designer-made face masks online. Some Caribbean-owned brands are more familiar than you realize. Havaianas, the Brazilian flip-flop brand, offers a cute collection of face masks for $10. However, you can shop more fashionable face masks like these upscale face coverings from Trinidad & Tobago’s Rhion Romany

Take a look at some of the cute options from these Caribbean face mask designers below.

Trèfle Face Masks, $20

Credit: Trèfle
Credit: Trèfle

A Tortola, British Virgin Islands native, Kristin Frazer is the designer behind Trèfle. She offers a stunning selection of patterned face masks for adults for $20. Plus, they’re also reversible. 

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Designs By Regal Madras Reversible Mask, $10 (Orig. $18)

Credit: Designs by Regal
Credit: Designs by Regal

Giana Abreu-Christopher is a self-taught seamstress and designer from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. Letting you rock a plaid pattern or a bold solid, Abreu-Christopher’s Designs by Regal brand has a plethora of colors in this reversible face mask. 

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Bien Abyé Adult Silk Face Mask, $39

Credit: Nordstrom
Credit: Nordstrom

Haitian-owned brand Bien Abyé recently became available at Nordstrom stores. The accessories brand has expanded from scrunchies and headbands to silk face masks to keep you looking stylish throughout the summer. 

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Rhion Romany Face Mask, Look 10, $12

Credit: Rhion Romany
Credit: Rhion Romany

From Trinidadian and Tobagonian designer Rhion Romany, you’ll stumble upon these beautifully textured face masks that are double-lined with 100% microfiber cotton. A lot of the masks are sold out, but you can still nab this snakeskin print.  

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Havaianas Cloth Mask, $10

Credit: Havaianas
Credit: Havaianas

Global Brazilian brand Havaianas doesn’t only sell summery shoes — you can also swipe any of the brand’s $10 face masks. Washable and made with 100% cotton, you can even adjust the ear straps for a better fit. 

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Miriam Budet Solid Fashion Masks, $20 – $25

Credit: Miriam Budet
Credit: Miriam Budet

Miriam Budet is one of the first Puerto Rican fashion designers to present in Paris Fashion Week. Aside from her stellar fashion designs, customers can scope out these colorful and breathable face masks. 

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