Old Navy brings its face masks to Mexico

The American brand Old Navy extends its catalog in Mexico and brings to the country a series of face masks with models for the whole family and manufactured according to the official recommendations of the World Health Organization on Covid-19.

As it has been disclosed, the mouth covers are not only reusable, they are made of excess 100% cotton poplin fabric, in a design that guarantees comfort and efficiency, without neglecting sustainability. In addition, they are offered in different packages, so the colors and patterns are varied.

From the brand they have confirmed to FashionNetwork.com, that the different models of mouth covers are already on sale through their network of physical stores in Mexico and are available nationwide.

“As we adapt to this new normal together, we are prepared to offer our customers a shopping experience that supports the health and safety of our communities. We are taking all necessary measures, recommended by WHO, as well as mandates of the Mexican government and the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, to provide confidence to our clients during this time, “they share from Old Navy. 

As this medium has opportunely reported, the fashion firm has started its revival in Mexico since last June after the temporary closure of the pandemic. Currently, Old Navy has more than 20 establishments nationwide located in key cities such as Mexico City, Querétaro, Cancún, Puebla, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Cuernavaca, Playa del Carmen, and Tuxtla Gutiérrez.

Source: mx.fashionnetwork.com

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