A hand-sewn collection of face masks inspired by Grace Kelly’s iconic movie looks.
For these holidays, the Princess Grace Foundation-USA unveiled an exclusive line of limited-edition, hand-sewn face masks inspired by Grace Kelly’s iconic fashion looks.
The face masks were designed exclusively for the Foundation by Paul Tazewell, Princess Grace Award Winner, Tony Award-winning Hamilton costume designer and designer for Spielberg’s upcoming West Side Story. The limited-edition face masks feature three designs inspired by Grace Kelly’s most memorable fashion moments on the silver screen – Rear Window; Dial M for Murder and To Catch a Thief – along with a sleek mask design heralding the Foundation’s illustrious crown logo.
The exquisite face masks can be obtained by donating to the Foundation – $100 per mask – and the proceeds will directly support the Princess Grace Foundation’s performing arts grants program and put critical funds directly into the hands of so many deserving artists at a time when they need it most. Under the direction of Matthew Neff’s company neffnyc, a full-time costume stitcher for the current Broadway revival of West Side Story, these unique masks are being hand-sewn by the incredible artisans of Broadway’s costume community who lost their jobs due to COVID-19.
The Princess Grace Foundation – USA is dedicated to elevating extraordinary artists in theater, dance, and film via game-changing awards in the form of grants, scholarships, and fellowships. The Foundation is a non-profit, publicly-supported charity, headquartered in New York City.