Handmade Face Cover with MNEMEE from Evros, Thrace. It is made from the headscarf used by women in the wider area of Evros but also in other areas of Thrace, for their headbands. The women’s costumes of Thrace belong to their own costume group with unique and colorful clothes, a sample of their own unique culture. Their headbands composed of several layers of different head scarves. The outer fabric of the face cover is the outer head scarf itself made with the traditional stamping technique and adapted to the pattern of the mask. For this reason, this particular face cover comes in various categories of designs regarding the composition of the stamping designs. Although the designs are categorized, no mask is exactly the same. Thus, the uniqueness that we find even between in seemingly identical traditional costumes of the people of an area is preserved. This face cover is available in a limited number and so the designs are multiple and vary in decoration.
Outer fabric: Cotton
Ear rubbers/straps: Soft polyester
Outer fabric decoration: Characteristic plant patterns (green, purple and ruby flowers stamped)
Designs: Multiple Categories (2)
Following the recommendations of WHO.
Must be washed before any use.
(max 150 ºC)
The inner layer made of 100% cotton.
Reusable and washable.
Machine and hand washable.
The ear rubbers/straps are NOT ironed.
Double layer of fabric with ability to import your own third filter on some designs (third intermediate layer, not included).
Ease of breathing with durable and friendly fabrics, with dense knitting certification and OEKO-TEX®: STANDAR100.
The outer layer made of absorbent ot not, material
Personalized application with adjustable ear rubbers/straps using silicone stoppers (included).
MNEMEE Face Covers
All face covers are inspired by the tradition and culture of Greece. They are made of fabrics and traditional headscarves, which are the basis of Greek traditional cloths (cotton, silk, brocade, etc.). The baseline of their construction is the diversity of traditional costumes as it is reflected by the differentiation of designs in each type of mask.