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Marine Serre's Crescent Moon Print Lands on R-PUR's Protective Face Mask

Fashion meets technology.

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Marine Serre's Crescent Moon Print Lands on R-PUR's Protective Face Mask

Fashion meets technology.

Adding to her brand’s lineup of stylish face coverings, designer Marine Serre has now teamed up with France’s leading mask brand R-PUR for another PPE marrying fashion with technology. The release marks the duo’s second team-up after the label’s Fall/Winter 2019 “Radiation” collection.

Marine Serre’s signature crescent moon pattern takes over the Nano Light mask. Boasting an all-black look, the covering comes with a reflective material. Designed for ultimate comfort and protection, it features a technical lightweight fabric with Thermo-Control Technology®, which keeps the wearer cool in the summer and warm in the winter. For added safety, the mask comes with an interchangeable filter that cleans 99.8 percent of air from nanoparticles. The collaborative piece is accompanied by a mobile app that will remind users to replace the filter after five to 15 weeks.

You can subscribe to R-PUR’s website for updates on the availability of the Marine Serre Reflective Moon Mask. Take an up-close look at the design above.

For more practical products, check out our gift guide featuring pandemic-fighting essentials.

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