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Photos: The Many Looks Of V. Stiviano's Daft Punk Visors

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What's the best way to hide out from the paparrazi? Wear a reflective visor that covers your entire face! Well, that may be the reason behind V. Stiviano's latest Daft Punk/Darth Vadar-esque mask.

Ever since her audio recording of beleaguered Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist rant leaked out to the public, she's been in the media eye. In a new fashion statement or a way to protect herself from those blinding camera flashes, she's been spotted wearing this type of visor (which is popular in Asia) everywhere. Hers come in different colors and she pairs them with different outfits. Stiviano even posted an Instagram photo of herself sporting one with a fur jacket on her way to Stagecoach in Indio. Oh, and there was also that time she got some exercise in while she donned a baby blue one with her matching roller skates.

Maybe this is her signature look, like Pharrell Williams' mountie hat.