japanese kimono manufacturer otozuki has teamed up with a nightclub operator to produce ‘face veil’, a mask designed for hospitality hostesses. as the COVID-19 crisis has caused great uncertainty for the future of japan’s hospitality sector, otozuki has found a way to help nightclub hostesses adjust to the new working conditions. referencing the veils worn by belly dancers, the mask comes with three vertical pieces of fabric which can be lifted to allow the wearer to eat and drink without having to take the mask off.all images courtesy of otozuki / face veil
otozuki has created ‘face veil’ for those working in the hospitality sector, allowing them to offer face-to-face customer service while maintaining all safety regulations. the mask is manufactured using three pieces of fabric in different color combinations and textures. the piece in the middle, made of thicker fabric than the two on the sides, can be lifted to allow the wearer to enjoy a drink or bite without having to remove the mask completely. scroll down to see the how-to-use video, or visit face veil‘s website to find out more.
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