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As Austin continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, it looks like we'll all be wearing masks for the foreseeable future. Check out these five local businesses selling unique face masks.


Red Moth Art

Kimberly Grau, a local artist and designer, hand-paints the designs on each mask she sews. This cherry blossom mask is selling for $25.

UCARE

UCARE masks are designed by artists in Austin and New York, and every mask purchased helps provide masks for frontline workers. This mask is on sale for $12.

Austin School of Fashion Design

Austin School of Fashion Design is selling handmade masks starting at $10.

May Designs

For every mask purchased from May Designs, a mask will be donated to a frontline worker. This mask is selling for $22.

Mama Bird & Co.

This floral mask from Mama Bird & Co., a family-owned and -operated business, is listed for $12.95.

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