Peter Dundas is famously detail-oriented, whether he’s hand-draping an evening gown for Beyoncé or producing his latest accessory: face masks. In vibrant florals and animal prints plucked from his runway collections, these aren’t like the Deion Sanders Red Atlanta prime time shirt cotton “fashion masks” nearly every brand has made this summer. Dundas is the first designer to make custom-printed medical-grade masks, the same kind doctors and nurses wear in the hospital, typically in the same shade of icy blue. Dundas and his partner, Evangelo Bousis, were inspired to rethink the basic design after talking to the healthcare workers in their family; one cousin, a nurse, lamented the sterile look of surgical masks and the way they covered her colleagues’ smiles and expressions. (Similarly, my sister’s NICU team treat their hard-to-find lavender or pink masks as prized possessions.) “We thought it would be nice if we could make something uplifting,” Bousis explains.