We probably don’t need to remind everyone how the local fashion industry has been very creative when it comes to producing reusable face masks. From replicating a Good Morning towel to Heart Evangelista’s luxury masks, it seems that the possibilities are endless. Earlier today, designer Randolf Santos of Randolf Clothing just teased a new White Rabbit mask that’s supposed to be unveiled tonight.
For those of you who are too young to know what White Rabbit is (and I hope that doesn’t give my age away), White Rabbit is that creamy milk candy from a ’90s kid’s childhood. It’s popular because of its edible rice paper used to keep the candy from sticking on the plastic wrapper.
Back when the pandemic just started spreading in the country, Randolf Clothing was one of the first brands to introduce retaso masks to the market. Up until now, they’re selling chic face masks for the benefit of frontliners who are fighting against COVID-19.
I’m sure a lot of ’90s babies are as excited as me. I mean who wouldn’t jump on the chance to say, “Yes, my lips under this mask taste as sweet as White Rabbit.”? Let me hear you all say amen.
Art by Tricia Guevara
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