Renaissance Gold Lace Mask
Brand: Samantha Peach
- WOMEN'S LUXURY MASK - Women's lace mask, holds its shape and has a firm form like a Burano Venetian lace mask.
- BRITISH STANDARD OF QUALITY - Handpainted in England with handtied long luxurious organza ribbons.
- ENDORSED BY HOLLYWOOD - Samantha Peach masks in Fifty Shades Darker, Vogue and GQ are the favourite choice for stylists, photographers and those in the know..
When Fifty Shades Darker was being filmed in Vancouver, the last item to check off on Ana's costume list was the masquerade mask, and for Costume designer Shay Cunliffe the search for it was "quite a journey."
The wardrobe department originally created several custom masks for the character, but "they proved to be uncomfortable and overwhelming when worn."
So, naturally, they turned to Amazon for help. "I started searching online for alternatives, selecting options in laser cut metals, crystals and laces," she said.
"Then I tried on all the options myself and eliminated those which were not comfortable enough to spend a long day shooting in.
It was immediately clear that the lace mask we used in the film, which was purchased online from Samantha Peach in the UK via Amazon, worked very well on all counts." After adding Swarowski crystals to it, they bought many more to get them through production.
The mask ended up being the image used in all the promotion for the film , being used on the tie in movie edition of the book, the soundtrack cover and blasted across the screens at the Superbowl when Taylor Swift sang
Universal Films collaborated with Samantha Peach to provide thousands of the mask for the Movie premieres across 50 countries
Samantha Peach was also asked to supply the silver mask for the limited edition Fifty Shades Darker DVD , and a year later was approached again to make the gold and black version for the final Fifty Shades Trilogy Opus boxset
This Renaissance range of lace masks is equally popular for all those looking for something a little bit different, inspired by the traditional swan shaped Venetian masks, but pared right back and reimagined in a flexible lace