As Page Six previously reported, Jill Zarin and her daughter Ally Shapiro surprised us by building a face-mask empire during the pandemic.
But with the need for masks (we hope) about to go into a steep decline as vaccines become increasingly widely available, the pair are branching out.
They tell us that they put a new loungewear collection of comfy tops and pants in their signature tie-dye for sale on their site on Tuesday.
The tops are $78, the pants $68, or $130 for the set. They all come in lavender, blue, and pink.
“They are hand tie-dyed and our next step away from masks,” Zarin told us. They’re also planning on producing candles.
We previously noted that Zarin and Shapiro say their masks are now available in 4,000 stores and that they’ve been worn by Andy Cohen, Kris Jenner, Amanda Kloots and TikTok stars Addison Rae and Dixie and Charli D’Amelio, among others.
Shapiro orginally began hand-dyeing masks to help raise money for their COVID-19 initiative to feed healthcare workers called “Noshes for Nurses.”
They also say they’ve donated thousands of masks to frontline workers.
The post As pandemic wanes, Jill Zarin’s mask empire pivots to loungewear appeared first on Page Six.