Tanja Pflaum, the owner and soul of Ploom Trachten, usually makes dirndls, a folk costume worn by women, with an astounding eye for detail. These days, too, the dirndl workshop in Salzburg and Munich is busy cutting, ironing, sewing and folding. Not dirndls this time, but face masks: made of 100% cotton, available in colourful fabrics as a single item or as a family set, and environmentally friendly packed in paper. The designer lets the zeitgeist guide her patterns while combining the long-established craftsmanship of traditional dressmaking with current fashion trends. The high-quality fabrics are exclusively sourced from local companies and sewn in Europe.