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Louis Vuitton’s face shield is being sold at AED3,500 or P46,000

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Want to cover your face in style?

As part of its 2021 Cruise Collection, a new face shield will be launched and it’s only priced around $961 or approximately AED3,500. 

Its description says that it can be flipped up and worn as a visor. They also described it as an eye-catching headpiece, both stylish and protective. It also turns dark in the sun or bright light. 

Louis Vuitton is not the first luxury brand to dabble COVID-19 wear—Burberry has recently announced they were rolling out their own face masks. According to some sources, theirs are being sold at $115. 

Ryan Namia
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