Homemade masks, bright scarfs and bandanas, and regulation N95s — if you can wear it over your nose and mouth, it becomes your look at work or on the street in these troubled times.

Masks have become the 2020 version of the toque. You have Michael Schulson, who has three open restaurants at the moment, wearing a black N95, the elegant epitome of covered-face style. On the flip side, you have Tod Wentz in a vegetable-theme mask and Joncarl Lachman wearing a paisley bandana — their safety features may be questionable but they look darn fine.

We asked two dozen chefs in the Philadelphia area to show us what they’re rocking.

Michael Schulson on 13th Street, across from Double Knot and Sampan.
MICHAEL KLEIN / Staff
Michael Schulson on 13th Street, across from Double Knot and Sampan.
Barbie Marshall of Philly Chefs Cook
COURTESY BARBIE MARSHALL
Barbie Marshall of Philly Chefs Cook
Tod Wentz of Townsend, Townsend Wine Bar, and the Pearl in his mask.
COURTESY TOWNSEND WENTZ
Tod Wentz of Townsend, Townsend Wine Bar, and the Pearl in his mask.
Joe Beddia rocks his PPE.
COURTESY JOE BEDDIA
Joe Beddia rocks his PPE.
Jennifer Carroll at Spice Finch.
COURTESY JENNIFER CARROLL
Jennifer Carroll at Spice Finch.
Mike Solomonov of Zahav et al.
COURTESY MICHAEL SOLOMONOV
Mike Solomonov of Zahav et al.
Nick Elmi of Laurel, In the Valley, and Royal Boucherie.
COURTESY NICHOLAS ELMI
Nick Elmi of Laurel, In the Valley, and Royal Boucherie.
Derek Davis of Libertine opts for black and white.
COURTESY DEREK DAVIS
Derek Davis of Libertine opts for black and white.
Elizabeth Halen of Flying Monkey Bakery and Condiment.
COURTESY ELIZABETH HALEN
Elizabeth Halen of Flying Monkey Bakery and Condiment.
Brianna Wellmon of Pyramid Club.
COURTESY BRIANNA WELLMON
Brianna Wellmon of Pyramid Club.
Chutatip "Nok" Suntaranon of Kalaya.
COURTESY CHUTATIP SUNTARANON
Chutatip "Nok" Suntaranon of Kalaya.
Outfitted in Chanel: Camille Cogswell of K'Far.
COURTESY CAMILLE COGSWELL
Outfitted in Chanel: Camille Cogswell of K'Far.
Pierre Calmels of Bibou goes for floral.
COURTESY PIERRE CALMELS
Pierre Calmels of Bibou goes for floral.
Benny Lai of Vietnam and Vietnam Cafe.
COURTESY BENNY LAI
Benny Lai of Vietnam and Vietnam Cafe.
Greg Vernick and daughter Alexandra go the logo look with their masks.
COURTESY GREG VERNICK
Greg Vernick and daughter Alexandra go the logo look with their masks.
Marc Vetri and his assistant, Carolyn Satlow.
COURTESY MARC VETRI
Marc Vetri and his assistant, Carolyn Satlow.
Yong Kim of Bluefin, B2, and Umi Seafood has a surgeon's look.
COURTESY YONG KIM
Yong Kim of Bluefin, B2, and Umi Seafood has a surgeon's look.
Matching in black are Kate Jacoby and Rich Landau of Vedge, V Street, and Fancy Radish.
COURTESY RICH LANDAU AND KATE JACOBY
Matching in black are Kate Jacoby and Rich Landau of Vedge, V Street, and Fancy Radish.
Dominic Piperno at work at Hearthside BYOB.
COURTESY DOMINIC PIPERNO
Dominic Piperno at work at Hearthside BYOB.
Joey Baldino of Zeppoli and Palizzi Social Club goes the scarf route.
COURTESY JOEY BALDINO
Joey Baldino of Zeppoli and Palizzi Social Club goes the scarf route.
Rachel Klein of Miss Rachel's Pantry is one-sixteenth Irish.
COURTESY RACHEL KLEIN
Rachel Klein of Miss Rachel's Pantry is one-sixteenth Irish.
Under the hat is Marcie Turney, whose restaurant empire includes Barbuzzo, Little Nonna's, and Bud & Marilyn's.
COURTESY MARCIE TURNEY
Under the hat is Marcie Turney, whose restaurant empire includes Barbuzzo, Little Nonna's, and Bud & Marilyn's.
Josh Kim of Spot Burgers also rocks a red bandanna.
COURTESY JOSH KIM
Josh Kim of Spot Burgers also rocks a red bandanna.
Joncarl Lachman of Noord and Winkel opts for paisley in his face covering.
COURTESY JONCARL LACHMAN
Joncarl Lachman of Noord and Winkel opts for paisley in his face covering.