New Yorkers are still required to wear a mask or face covering in public settings where social distancing isn't possible, including public transportation and crowded sidewalks.
Haven't found the perfect style yet? Here's a list of local makers selling face masks and bandanas with that little extra something.
An organization that helps prepare women from low-income and immigrant communities for jobs in fashion, this non-profit now sells its colorful face masks on its website.
These colorful bandanas–made with fabric sourced in Harlem–are a no-fuss way to cover the face.
Looking for a camo-print, Pride or Yankees/Mets face mask? This shop on Etsy's got you.
This running collective is selling a limited-edition buff that's perfect for outdoor exercise.
Show you're "HRLM STRONG" with this graphic cotton/spandex face mask.
Made from beautiful scraps left over from the designer's caftans, these washable masks are 100% cotton.
Produced in Harlem and the South Bronx, these sturdy cotton masks are meant to be washed and reused. Look for the new "Harlem Ming" design featuring an exotic cat print.
Artist M. Tony Peralta released a series of face coverings featuring his signature Dominican-American last month–and immediately sold out. He's been working to keep up with demand, so check back often.
Sold through the Manhattanville School of Tailoring, these reversible printed cotton masks come with a flexible insert for a custom fit. To order, email email@example.com or call 212-283-4615.