Exclusive face masks: the reference to the Ghent Altarpiece is unmistakable, just like the Congolese touch.
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Lucie Baseke Kaisala is a Ghent fashion designer with Congolese roots. She considers sustainability and local production of paramount importance. Her brand is called Tamu, ‘sweet’ in Swahili, and is all about unique pieces with exotic prints and vintage designs, which counts for her Van Eyck face masks and socks as well. The reference to the Ghent Altarpiece is very clear, just like the Congolese touch.
Three-layered face mask. 3 versions.
Washable at 60°C.