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MASK BUSINESS’S SALES BOOM AS BANKERS “COVER UP” FOR FASHIONABLE MASKED BALLS

Mask specialists Just Posh Masks (www.justposhmasks.com/) has reported record sales this winter thanks to the growing popularity of Venetian masked balls, especially amongst London’s banking community.

Tracy Porter
Tracy Porter

Venetian masked balls have become increasing popular this year.  For instance its clients include The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall (who hosted a masked charity ball  this summer) and Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews donning a mask in the TV show The Bachelor, Venetian masks are now back in fashion.  Her masks have also featured recently on Strictly Come Dancing too.

Tracy Porter, Owner of Just Posh Masks said: “We are now in the busiest time of the year with the Christmas party season in full swing. It is proving a record year as masquerade balls have become particularly popular with London’s bankers and financiers.

“I suspect wearing a mask is a good way for a banker to relax and escape the sector’s recent scandals!”

Just Posh Masks sells over 450 different designs of masks.  The cheapest is £15 and the most expensive is an elaborate Bauta mask that goes for £275.