The ChiNasa Children's Mask (from the Roopa Pemmaraju x ProjectArt Collaboration)
Named after its ProjectArt student designer, The ChiNasa Mask features a colorful triangle pattern, reminiscent of abstract stained glass and is made from breathable, recycled cotton. This mask is meant to protect its wearer and others by preventing the spread of germs, while also supporting the importance of art education for our youth.
These masks are sustainably produced at our atelier Bengaluru, India, which continues to support artisans during the COVID-19 crisis. All proceeds will be split between UNICEF India and ProjectArt, to ensure that arts education remains accessible during and after the pandemic.
This mask is part of the Roopa Pemmaraju x ProjectArt 2020 capsule collection. Pemmaraju has teamed up with ProjectArt, a national nonprofit that promotes art education for youth ages 4-18 in partnership with our nation’s public libraries, to produce reusable childrens’ face masks using original designs from ProjectArt students. Pemmaraju’s name is synonymous in the industry with ethical, individual, luxury fashion. The brand’s vision is to respect artisans and artists, giving back while creating something entirely new, beautiful and yet, unexpected.
- 100% Cotton (recycled or new)
- Elastic, adjustable ear loops
- Care: Hand wash with cold water and soap (some shrinkage might occur); steam if required
- Designed in the USA, Made in India
- $10 shipping included in the price of the mask
No refunds or returns. Please allow 4-5 weeks for shipping from our atelier in India.
Please note: These masks are not satisfactory to treat patients suffering from COVID-19, nor to be used by medical professionals. They are meant to limit the spread of COVID-19 and should not be worn by children under the age of two.