LA-based Pocket Square Clothing Adds Stylish Face Masks to Their Product Lineup


LA-based gentlemen lifestyle label, Pocket Square Clothing (PSC), is known for their smart accessories and impeccably tailored custom suits. However, now they’re adding a new product to their lineup: face masks.

The label converted their apparel factory, Top Hand MFG, to make face masks to join in the fight against the COVID-19 crisis. PSC partnered with Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City of Los Angeles on an initiative to organize local manufacturers to make five million non-medical masks called “LA Protects” for Los Angeles and the rest of the US.

Pocket Square Clothing Founders Andrew Cheung and Rodolfo Ramirez

You can now order a PSC-branded Unity mask (starting at $15), which includes an adjustable nose and filter pocket, as well as LA Protects masks (starting at $30 for a pack of 5), designed by Kaiser Permanente, to be purchased as donation for high-need hospitals and organizations.

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Picture of a surgical maskWhere to Get FDA Approved Masks 

Everywhere we hear about critical shortages of PPE (a new, but now wholly familiar acronym) and particularly when it comes to face coverings. Here in California at least, where we’ve become an example for the rest of the country when it comes to proper social distancing protocols, we are all expected to wear a mask when out in public. The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce would like you to know that FDA approved masks are available on-line from KIS Direct Supply. Be safe, keep others safe.

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