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Karen Michelle Fashion Brand Teams Up With Nonprofits to Make Affordable Masks

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April 29, 2020

As the owner of Karen Michelle, a lifestyle and fashion brand based in Los Angeles, I’ve added manufacturing masks for those in need during the pandemic to my business.

We joined up with Artists for Trauma, a nonprofit that pairs trauma survivors with artists, activewear brand Modefywear, cosmetic brand Planet Thankful and many volunteers to manufacture and distribute washable masks.

 “We joined up with Artists for Trauma, a nonprofit that pairs trauma survivors with artists … and many volunteers to manufacture and distribute washable masks.”

We are charging $3.50 per mask, which we make right here in Los Angeles. This has become a large undertaking and is being done at cost — not for profit. Getting masks to those who need [them] is truly a group effort and I am proud to work with these generous and talented people. We are working together to do something for everyone in the community.

You can purchase mask here.

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