As the days go on, we’re settling into to our new normal due to COVID-19. That includes a lot of things, but one thing that could change the way we dress forever: face masks. As the disease continued to spread throughout the world, the CDC advised everyone to wear face coverings, especially in spaces where social distancing can’t be enforced, thus a lot of brands turned to creating face masks. From various prints to sustainable cloths, designers and brands have been getting creative.

For Teen Vogue  Generation Next alum, Tia Adeola when the virus hit she didn’t feel right creating without making safety her main source of inspiration. Being quarantined in Nigeria with her family quickly turned from excitement to worry, she realized she was in a country with a military lockdown and away from her creative space with little to no resources to run her business as usual. As the…

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