Washable, reusable fabric face mask — built for the front lines and the home front.
Hedley & Bennett's mission is to design the world's best work wear using top grade materials designed for use in professional kitchens. Tea At The White House has been outfitted in H&B aprons and chef jackets since 2018 and we've now added masks embroidered with our signature teapot.
As soon as Hedley & Bennett saw there was a shortage of protective gear in the COVID-19 crisis, they decided to jump in the fight—immediately transitioning their apron and workwear operations in Los Angeles and around the world to produce well-built masks that could help as many people as possible.
Hedley and Bennett developed these non-medical masks in concert with Dr. Robert Cho, Chief of Staff at Shriners for Children Medical Center in Pasadena, California. It is designed so that you can insert a disposable filter within the fabric for an added layer of protection.