K11 collabs with Museum of Contemporary Art to release nine face masks by artists like Virgil Abloh, Yoko Ono, and more
With the pandemic still in full force, the boundaries of creativity have certainly been tested, especially when it comes to expressing ourselves through a face mask that takes up half of your face. So why don't we make this newfound necessity a fashion piece, or even better — a statement? We have just the fix.
Adrian Cheng, founder of K11 Group and CEO of New World Development based in Hong Kong, has roped in limited-production MOCA Masks to Southeast Asia. This partnership between K11 and the famed Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) was created in collaboration with nine internationally renowned artists.
These collectable items include an exclusive creation for K11 by artist Alex Israel, featuring a sunset palette design mask with a specially designed iconic artist portrait pin. Other designs include a colourful floral design mask by Andy Warhol, Yoko Ono's puzzle design "A Piece of Sky", Mark Grotjahn's geometric style pattern, and Catherine Opie's "Bo from Being and Having (detail)". For those who love typography, the collection also offers Virgil Abloh's "Still Speaks Loudly", Barbara Kruger's "Better Safe Than Sorry", and Hank Willis Thomas' "Life, Handle with Care".
Above, peruse the collection and snag yours here.
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