ProChile Ministerio de Economía
After shining throughout the world's runways with her couture pieces, Chilean designer Luz Briceño decided to put that role aside and place her bets on a new one, this time related to the world of healthcare. That's how she set up The Copper Company, a brand focused on building smart and technical copper-featuring fabrics where the main goal is their healthcare utility, as copper is used for making bed linen, hospital clothes.
El Mercurio Diario Nacional Chile
They produce from 15 thousand to 20 thousand face masks each week.
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Chilean designer Luz Briceño began making ''duck style'' face masks, after benefitting from every certification, clinical test and the material itself. The style resembles a duck's beak, allowing for the mouth and nose to become permanently isolated from the fabric, providing freedom and protection for the user.
Face masks inside Chile's Government Palace
Face masks inside Chile's Government Palace
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