A Face Mask for the New Normal in Luxury Hospitality
s UK companies are now preparing to return to work, it is vital that staff members are safe to do so. Facemasks are in high demand for employees returning to work across the hospitality industry and since June 15th have been made compulsory on public transport.
Here at Studio 104 we have been contacted by a number of new and existing clients to assist with this unique challenge. The luxury brand space is of particular sensitivity to this new normal of face masks, where high quality customer interaction is of the utmost importance. Therefore to protect employees and make returning to work safe, while helping them to still deliver the finest service, Studio 104 has developed our own premium 3 ply reusable protective mask.
The mask is created with two layers of 100% cotton anti-bacterial lining. The antibacterial finish is produced by embedding silver ions into the fabric, this is a key feature of many of the most current innovative mask developments. The cotton not only provides the wearer comfort, but it is also a breathable fabric making it suitable for daily use.
The outer layer of the mask is coated in a water-resistant finish. There is also a built-in pocket for a disposable filter if extra protection is required.
We have developed the facemask with a discreet aluminium metal nose piece and adjustable ear straps for a comfortable and snug fit. The masks are available to order in a wide range of colours with the option of a contrast binding making it easy to match in with client’s current uniform colourway.
Studio 104 have conducted in depth research on facemasks and protective coverings to develop and prototype the best shape and use the best fabric options to be effective for the wearer. The mask is washable at 40 degrees in a domestic washing machine and can be washed a maximum of 30 times before disposal.
For more information on how to order, please contact email@example.com - minimum order quantity is 200.
Written by Emma
Main image is not representative of Studio 104's design and is credited to Kempinski Hotels.