Celebrities Are Fooling the Paparazzi With These Invisibility Scarves
Unless you're Harry Potter, an invisibility cloak may sound like the stuff of only dreams… but things have changed since J.K. Rowling wrote the last book in the wizarding series.
Ishu Clothing has invented a scarf that can literally make people disappear when they're wearing it, well...under a camera's flash.
Available in the same distinct design but boasting various colors, the fashion item is expected to launch in August but you can pre-order it today. A mobile phone case is also available in the reflective material that works by lighting up a frame bright white and makes everything else appear dark.
Ranging in price from $268 to $478, it doesn't come cheap but it's just change in the pockets of celebrities eager to dodge the paparazzi. The items don't have to only serve celebrities well either - disappearing into a picture is worth it for the freaked out look on your friends's faces the next time they insist you pose for that snap you really don't want to.
Where do we sign up? Check out theishu.com.