As more and more companies step up to address the increased need for personal protective equipment, Los Angeles Apparel has joined the fight. Founded by former American Apparel head Dov Charney, the company hopes to produce 300,000 masks per week. They're being sold in 3-packs and are made of 100% cotton with an adjustable nose that forms to your face. Each one is made of a thick French Terry fabric constructed of 3 yarns, weighing no less than 12 ounces per sq yard. The masks are being made is a wide selection of colors.