Lilly Pulitzer’s initial collection of face masks sold out within a few hours in April and May, but the brand has finally restocked them.
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- In April, Lilly Pulizter announced it had used excess fabric to create 27,500 mask covers for healthcare workers.
- Shortly after that donation, the brand made some of its face masks available for purchase, and they sold out within hours.
- Now, Lilly Pulitzer’s face masks are back in stock and selling for $15.
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Many fashion brands have released their own face masks, including Lilly Pulitzer.
The brand made face masks available to purchase in April and in May, but they quickly sold out, according to Good Housekeeping.
Now, they’re back in stock and selling for $15.
On Monday, Lilly Pulitzer launched a collection of non-medical masks made from five of its iconic prints.
According to the brand’s website, the face masks are reusable, made from cotton, and machine-washable. Lilly Pulitzer also suggests washing the masks before first using it and states that they are not intended for medical use.
The one downside of ordering a mask from Lilly Pulitzer is that you can’t select the specific print you want.
Since the brand started making face masks in March, it has donated more than 67,500 mask covers to healthcare workers and first responders at over 100 locations across the country, according to its website.
“This is a cause near to all of our hearts, and we have been honored to express our gratitude to these community heroes,” the product description states.
According to an Instagram post Lilly Pulitzer shared in May, for every mask purchased, one will be donated to the healthcare community.
The new collection of masks will ship as soon as Lilly Pulitzer’s fulfillment centers process the order, according to Good Housekeeping.
Representatives for Lilly Pulitzer didn’t immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.