We believe that our fashion masks have the power to change the world for the better. 

We believe we can turn the power of fashion into a force for good. By designing, making and selling sustainably sourced masks, we can make the world a better place.

Sustainable and good fashion means simple fabrics, high in quality that are made to last. It's fashion that enriches the lives of people who wear it by giving them comfort, confidence, protection and joy. 

Our masks are produced in a way with a respect for resource - nature and people - without imposing an excessive burden on the environment.

The Three Maskateers' masks are made by people of diverse backgrounds, working with energy and enthusiasm, under conditions where their health, safety and human rights are respected and upheld.

We use recycled and organic materials and dyes, our offices are carbon neutral and we offset carbon on all lines of logistics where possible. 


Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)

The Better Cotton Initiative was launched to optimise the process of cotton production worldwide. BCI promotes measurable improvements in the key environmental and social impacts of cotton cultivation worldwide to make it more economically, environmentally and socially sustainable.

 BCI Better Cotton Initiative


Indicates all the input streams from raw materials to chemical components and resources used are assessed on their ecological impact. It is essentially a label that helps identify fabric and apparel producers that have analyzed their manufacturing chain and are constantly investing in research and development in an active effort to reduce their ecological footprint.



The standard indicates that the textile product is free of certain groups of harmful substances, ensuring that all certified products are harmless to health. The certification indicates that everything from fabric, threads, interlinings, hook-and-loop closures, hooks etc. have met the criteria.

oeko-tex standard 100