Wednesday, September 23

The Outlierman – Luxury silk face masks is handcrafted by master tailors from Como

The Outlierman, makers of handcrafted luxury automotive inspired accessories, has reopened for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic with the release of a beautifully designed collection of non-medical face coverings, featuring some of the company’s most popular automotive designs.

Using 100 percent silk and handcrafted by highly skilled artisans in Como, Italy, each set of face masks comes in a selection of designs, including the ‘Gentleman Driver’, ‘World Beater’ and ‘Vintage Race’.

Designed with comfort in mind, these multi-layer masks are made for covering your face while maintaining the best possible comfort: the external and internal layers are both made of 100 percent silk and include a filter pocket that has been incorporated for a one-time use medical filter.

Multifunctional, these non-medical face masks can also be used a pocket square, before or after being used.

Steeped in centuries of silk manufacturing, Lake Como is pivotal to the creation of The Outlierman collection of cashmere and silk scarves, ties and pocket squares. Each finished by hand, stitch-by-stich, Outlierman silk accessories feature rolled edges which are an unmistakable hallmark of quality, and they provide an elegant finishing touch to any outfit.

Andrea Mazzuca, founder of The Outlierman, said: “Following our successful reopening last week, I’m delighted to be able to launch our first new product for several months, after lots of demand and enquiries from our customers.

“I’m very happy that we are able to fulfil our customers’ needs with a non-medical face covering that allows them to still embrace the spirit of being a gentleman driver, whilst using a comfortable product that also encapsulates some of our most notable designs.

“The health and safety of our colleagues at work is paramount. Our skilled artisans will have strict provisions in place to ensure they are safe whilst producing goods, including the use of face masks, gloves and observing social distancing in the workshop.”

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