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Jill Zarin and Daughter Ally Shapiro Are Selling and Donating Tie-Dye Face Masks
The RHONY alum says each one sold is "tie-dyed by hand with love" and donates a mask to a front line worker.
From Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Jenna MacGillivray rocking a plunging one-piece to Melissa Gorga from The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s colorful kicks, it’s clear that tie-dye is already one of the hottest looks of the summer. Now, Jill Zarin and Ally Shapiro have found a way to use that trend for a good cause.
The Real Housewives of New York City alum and her daughter, who are currently living in Boca Raton, Florida, have been creating all kinds of tie-dye face masks. They’re available to buy from Jill’s website, and for each mask sold, another will be donated to a frontline worker.
“Thank you all SO much for your interest in our masks,” Ally wrote in a May 4 Instagram post. “Each face mask is tie-dyed by hand with love. At this time, we are only able to do bundles of four masks per order (or more) which can be a combination of white and tie-dye. We are proud to donate one mask to a frontliner for every mask purchased! Please note, these are not FDA approved for use as PPE.”
In a post in which Jill is wearing an outfit that matches her face mask, she gushed over Ally’s hard work. “So proud of my daughter @allyshapiro for working so hard selling handmade tie-dye masks!” Jill wrote.
In another, she teased that the duo’s inventory of tie-dye goods could potentially be expanded. “I’ve been tie dying with @allyshapiro all day. Should we make jackets like this one?” Jill asked, sporting a pink and purple tie-dye jacket with a matching mask.
The two-ply tie-dye face masks are currently available for $25 on Jill’s website, where she also carries a variety of solid color options for $20.
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