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Meet the Man Behind the Anti-Paparazzi Scarf

Privacy is more complicated than ever — and if you're a celebrity, then just forget about it.

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In the age of Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, going invisible is pretty damn impossible — and if you're a celebrity, then forget about it. That's the concept behind Ishu, the "anti-paparazzi" scarf developed by Dutch-born designer Saif Siddiqui. Racked spoke to the brains behind the scarf, where he demonstrated the product in action, plus how his life has changed since introducing it to the world.

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