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Nicole Scherzinger shared a selfie wearing a green, black and white snake printed non-medical face covering while with her boyfriend, Thom Evans, on Thursday.
The image was later shared by British fashion designer, Julien Macdonald, who created the face covering as part of The British Fashion Council’s (BFC) Great British Designer Face Coverings.
Scherzinger’s exact face covering comes in a pack of three, which also includes creations by other sought after British designers RIXO and Liam Hodges.
A second pack by the BFC is also available, which includes designs by Mulberry, RAEBURN and Halpern.
The packs may be filled with designer patterns, but they are in fact incredibly affordable, costing just £15 for three - that’s £5 per mask.
Buy it: Great British Designer Face Coverings | From John Lewis & Partners
The BFC released the reusable and sustainable Great British Designer Face Coverings back in June, which saw 100% of proceeds go to charity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The BFC aims to raise £1 million with sale profits going to charity and split between NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Urgent Appeal, BFC Foundation Fashion Fund and Wings of Hope Children’s Charity.
Each face coverings has been made from GOTS certified organic cotton sateen with two layers of fabric, a nose-strip to create a snug fit around the nose and mouth, a filter panel, adjustable ear straps for comfort, and an anti-fog fit for glasses.
Suitable for sensitive skin, the print is made from non-toxic REACH compliant inks, and the protective pouches are made from upcycled fabrics.
Wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets will be mandatory from July 24 in England.
This news follows the government guidelines that were put in place in June, which made masks compulsory on public transport in the UK to help defend against the coronavirus.
Where to buy BFC face masks
John Lewis | Shop here
The department store sold out of BFC masks pretty sharpish earlier this week. The brand have now re-stocked the masks, but are already proving very popular.
Sainsbury’s | Shop here
Sainsbury’s is now stocking the masks and currently have them in stock. If you spend over £20 online you’ll qualify for free Click & Collection, otherwise, delivery charges apply.
Boots | Shop here
Boots has the face mask 3-pack currently in stock, and their website advises that options for children will also be coming soon.
ASOS | Shop here
You’ll be able to buy the designer face masks from ASOS next week and delivery will cost £4.
Waitrose | Shop here
Waitrose will only start stocking the masks from the end of June.