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“When you just can’t wear a Basic Mask,WEAR ART ”.....
These are FIORI “COUTURE MASKS” a very Limited amount will be made.
SECRET KISS Bandana Style Mask
When production of my “ART AND FASHION “ Corsets and Bustier collection gets put on temporary hold .... what do you do with all of these AMAZING ART panels ? WE MAKE ART MASKS!
FIORI pays Homage to Artist
Georges Barbier (1882 – 1932) He gave new meaning to flamboyance with his portrayal of extravagant theater costumes of glittering rhinestones, towering headdresses and vast trains. Originally an illustrator for several prominent Paris fashion magazines, he revolutionized these publications into tools that defined women’s clothing styles. The arrival of Art Nouveau provided fertile ground for Barbier’s opulent fashions, and he was soon designing lavish costumes for cabarets, theaters and movies. He created costumes for the famous Folies Bergères, in addition to the entire wardrobe for the movie “Monsieur Beaucaire,” starring Rudolph Valentino. Barbier’s resplendent work continues to influence Vegas floor shows, major designers and costumers worldwide.
*Mask Art Panel Fabric :100% poplin cotton 100 % cotton backing.
*2 Ear straps made of soft French stretch velvet straps 12 inches long adjustment sizes for proper fit .One size fits all.
We recommend HAND WASHING for these Unique Couture masks.
FIORI Art Masks require a bit more TLC because of the front panel printed image . Please wash with a phosphate-free detergent** in cool or warm water using a gentle or delicate machine cycle. Wash separately or with like colors for best results.
As these fabrics are surface printed with water-based inks, there is a chance of some fading (especially on darker colors.) Front loading washers are the worst offenders due to increased tumbling action during cleaning. Fading can be minimized through the use of cool water and lay flat to air dry .
We know ironing is a pain, Iron ONLY our 100% cotton panel fabrics using standard settings for cotton. Always iron with the printed side down for best results. Special note for Linen Cotton Canvas Ultra: High temperature settings may cause discoloration or crushing of linen, so we recommend you use synthetic settings and a light touch.