This Anti-Paparazzi Scarf
A new paparazzi-proof scarf is set to be a game-changer, especially for famous superstars who want to lay low from the limelight and away from the flashy cameras. If you followed Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, you’ll remember a scene where Harry puts on an invisibility cloak that made his entire body disappear.
Well on an almost similar level, there is a new anti-paparazzi scarf that will let celebrities escape the flashing camera lights of photographers.
Called the Ishu, this piece of clothing makes flash photography impossible because its made from an extremely reflective material, which in turn makes a camera’s flash light up even more and obscuring the rest of the image into something nearly unrecognizable.
This futuristic scarf is the brainchild of 28-year Saif Siddiqui, who got the inspiration when a group photo was ruined by a mere bicycle reflector back in 2009.
The Dutch-born fashion entrepreneur said: “Ishu is designed to purposely give people their right to privacy back.”
So far a host of celebrities including Paris Hilton, Cameron Diaz, DMX, music producer Major Lazer, and German soccer player Jerome Boateng have been spotted wearing this cool anti-paparazzi scarf. You’ll have to spend about $270 to get your hands on one, but you really can’t put a price on privacy.