Limited Edition Fish Head Curry Mask (Masala)
Our limited edition Fish Head Curry masks are the newest addition to our Singapore Food Series.
The Fish Head Curry is a Singaporean cuisine with mixed Indian and Chinese origins. The print features the head of the red snapper brilliantly stewed in a Kerala-style curry with key ingredients of making the dish – eggplant, okra, onion, tomato, garlic and chilli! Different ethnic groups have its own version of this dish with slight variations to the curry; each flavour represented by the 3 different print designs.
Here we have the Masala print, a tangy flavour created by tomato paste. The vibrant colours of the print were inspired by the former house of Tan Teng Niah, the last surviving Chinese villa in Little India, and represented in a polka dot style.
These masks feature beautifully printed designs on one side, with full black on the other. Select from a sash, black or white loop fastening.
Print material: 96% Tencel, 4% Spandex
Black material: 95% Tencel, 5% Spandex
Sash material: 60% Viscose / 27% Polyester / 13% Spandex
If you'd like to opt for a similar print placement as per product image, drop us a note in your order.
Print placement of each mask is unique and may differ from the Product Image.
Our prints are digitally printed all over the fabric instead of using specific placement prints where it limits a fabric's usage. This is a more sustainable printing method in the fabric manufacturing process as fabrics can be cut without wastage and sewn together.