For those of you who watched ‘Made In Chelsea’ Season 10’s, Episode 11 ‘New Year’, you may have seen some of our unique designer masks featured in their Black & White Masquerade Masked Ball. We were asked to supply some masks in the black & white theme and decided to offer some up some of our unique designs – ones that you won’t find anywhere else.
We had a few more featured in the background of the show that you may see fleetingly, but the masks below can be seen on the main characters:-
Alik Afus was of course wearing our handcrafted leather mask (would he have chosen anything else!) called the ‘Fausto‘,
Sam Thompson (peeping out behind Alik there) was wearing our ‘Angular Black‘ mask which is a design we have created ourselves
Ollie Locke was wearing our handmade unique black & white ‘Curve’ mask – which is also available in many colour combinations.
Victoria Baker Harber was wearing a special custom French black lace beaded mask we created especially for the show in a Swan shape.
We didn’t supply Louise orBinky’s mask on the show, but this unisex metal filigree eye mask is available on our site to purchase. Binky wore it plain and Louise wore a version with crystals. We can customise this for you with crystals on request. (top image shows Louise wearing it with Alik)
For those that read ALLURE Magazine’s December 2015 issue, you may have seen one of our gorgeous One of a Kind masks featured in the Fashion section.
The feature ‘Night Lights’ – photographed by Sebastian Kim, showed a model in a fur trim holding our Pippa silver unique Swarovski mask. This mask is now available to purchase – but be quick as we have only made one!
ALLURE Magazine Dec 15 Night Light Silver Masquerade Mask
Recently we loaned some of our Luxury Gold Masquerade Masks for a shoot to be featured in the UK’s top Asiana Wedding Magazine by Seema Sarees.
The resulting images are simply stunning. The masks featured can be found by clicking on each image and include our Gold Peacock Mask, our Gold Metal Filigree Katherine Masks and two of our One of a Kind Baroque Masks.
This Monthly Prize is……… a £20 High Street Voucher!
Starting this December (2015), we are giving all our customers the chance to win a monthly prize draw in exchange for leaving a product review, or sending us a testimonial along with a photo of you wearing your masks for our Testimonials Page.
The draw will take place early this month (with it being Christmas!) on the 22nd December 2015. All customers* who leave a product review or a testimonial will be liable for entry and all prizes will be posted within one week of the draw (earlier for the Christmas draw!)
(* customers who leave a product review only – will be checked against our order list to avoid spammers).
How do I enter the Prize Draw?
If you have purchased a mask from us at any time (not just this year) then you have 2 options:-
Find your product on our website and leave a review at the bottom of the product page. It’s easy to do and will be live on the website once reviewed (our spam filter is in operation so they aren’t automatically uploaded).
If you can’t find your product, if you purchased a custom mask or if you are a customer from many years ago then please try option 2.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your testimonial (this can be about the product or the service or both) AND a photo of you wearing the mask we made.
At the end of each month, everyone who has kindly sent in their reviews will be assigned a number and the draw will be carried out on Facebook. I will ask of our followers to choose a random number then the winner’s name will be posted there.
As we will contact the winner direct via e-mail, please ensure that your e-mail address is correct.
Each month we will post the prize at the top of our Blog Post.
*All prizes are final and not exchangeable. International customers only will be offered a cash equivelent only as UK Vouchers are not acceptable in their country. A Third party will be asked to choose the winner.
** Customers can only enter once at any time, per mask/order.
As the Autumn turns into Winter and the festive season approaches, November and December becomes filled with a whirlwind of Masked Balls in all manner of guises. We look at a few of the favourite Ball themes, and find out which masks would be perfect with each one.
James Bond Black Tie 007 Theme
“Shaken, not stirred”. Glamorous, elegant and daring brings to mind this mask theme. For women, a mask that is elegant but also indulgent, perhaps covered in crystals or large diamante pieces. The ultimate Bond Mask – just short of a hidden spy camera, is made to look like a Tuxedo. Hand crafted leather with sewn on bow tie and Swarovski Crystals as the ‘shirt’ buttons. True luxury and something people will remember you by.
Venetian 18th Century Masquerade Theme
This Masked Ball theme brings to mind the rich decadent costumes and giant powdered wigs commonly worn to these events. The masks worn should ideally be of a more traditional Venetian style or, if the event is not strict on dress code, an ornate Baroque style mask that is also very decadent and enhances your costume.
Winter Wonderland Masquerade Theme
The Winter Wonderland Masquerade sees masks of sparkly white and silver, illuminated with fairy lights. This is a dazzling theme to have, reminiscent of a White Christmas. Go for anything that sparkles here in Silver, White and Platinum Mask colours.