Regé-Jean Page Wore Honey Malou’s Face Masks For SNL


Regé-Jean Page’s real-life style would make the Duke of Hastings proud. The Bridgerton actor hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time on Feb. 20, and we couldn’t help but admire his royally good casual outfits along the way. Although the Netflix regency drama presented Regé-Jean in waistcoats and trousers on screen, his looks at SNL were refreshingly modern and relaxed with a pop of color thanks to his creative Honey Malaolu face masks.

Honey Malaolu is a Nigerian-British-born fashion designer who not only hand-makes the masks she sells, but also pledges to be socially responsible with her creations. It’s easy to see why Regé-Jean would be so drawn to her designs! Unsurprisingly, the face masks he wore quickly sold out on Honey Malaolu’s website — but she encourages interested shoppers to DM her on Instagram for requests. If you’re in the market to dress like Regé-Jean (or just want to feel one step closer to him), check out her account @HoneyMalaolu.

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