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Photos: V. Stiviano Pairs Her Trademark Visor With A Sombrero For Cinco De Mayo
Trendsetter V. Stiviano showed us how to dress to celebrate El Día de la Batalla de Puebla while wearing her trademark paparazzi-shielding visor. There's a lot going on here: black leather boots with a brown leather jacket, an electric blue shirt with purple chevron hot pants, the biggest bandana we've ever seen and a wide-brimmed sombrero, of course.
Okay, so the style is absurd, but visors have been flying off the shelves ever since Stiviano's 15 minutes of fame began. SAINTCHiC store owner told The Hollywood Reporter they used to sell four every three months or so and now they're selling 100 a day. We have no idea where the people who buy them from a schmancy NYC store are wearing these, though we know these have been a mainstay in the San Gabriel Valley for years.
Photos: The Many Looks Of V. Stiviano's Daft Punk Visors
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It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
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