Freed & Freed works in collaboration with Anishinaabe interior design brand Indigo Arrows on a special collection of face masks. The design inspiration behind the masks honor Indigenous artistry as Indigo Arrows' Destiny Seymour helps create the protective looks.
100% of the mask proceeds will be directed towards The Butterfly Club, which is a program that is dedicated to engage and support Indigenous girls and Two-Spirit youth. The masks are beautiful and made to be comfortable to wear. The patterns that detail the face masks are seen on pottery collections and tools of Seymour's ancestors. These are meant to provoke thought, inspire, and bridge gaps by creating dialogue. There are three adult sized medical face masks in the color options white, chestnut, or honey, and one child size in white.
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