My name is Pamela Oliver....I started designing fashionable masks in March after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. I wanted something more than the protections of the regular surgical mask. I wanted something to match my personality, something to match my outfits.
I fell in love with sewing and designing after taking a home economics class in high school. After graduation, I wanted to make fashion a career. I moved to New York City to attend The Fashion Institute of Technology and graduated with a degree in Pattern Making.
After Graduating from FIT, I worked in NYC's garment industry. I specialized in intimate apparel, working at Maidenform, then moving on to Donna Karan Intimates /Wacoal. I went on to work at Jones NY/Ralph Lauren, then to Perry Ellis. My husband and I moved to Seattle, WA. where I worked at Cutter and Buck as a Technical Designer. After having my son in 2006, I became a stay at home mom. The start of making masks is my return to sewing and designing, an answer to prayers.