Louis Vuitton designer COVID-19 face shield to cost over KSh 104k

The LV Shield as it is known will be on sale starting October 30 at select outlets as part of the French brand’s 2021 Cruise Collection

– The pricey piece of personal protective equipment is expected to block and prevent droplets from any sick person more so COVID-19 patients

– Louis Vuitton described the shield as an eye-catching headpiece, both stylish and protective

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Luxury retailer Louis Vuitton is all set to launch a designer face shield of its own kind for those who love everything glam and classy.

The LV Shield as it is known will be on sale starting October 30 at select outlets KSh 104, 000 per piece as part of the French brand’s 2021 Cruise Collection.

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Louis Vuitton designer COVID-19 face shield to cost over KSh 104k

Louis Vuitton designer COVID-19 face shield to cost over KSh 104k
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New York Post reported that the pricey piece of personal protective equipment is expected to block and prevent droplets from any sick person more so COVID-19 patients.

Apart from the droplets, it will also protect the wearer from the sun rays.

In a statement, Louis Vuitton described the shield as an eye-catching headpiece, both stylish and protective.

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The hard plastic covering can be flipped up and down to act as a hat with a monogrammed elastic head strap.

The entire shield features save for the transparent plastic features golden studs synonymous with the French fashion LV logo.

In the wake of coronavirus, the fashion house announced decision to make hand sanitisers through its perfume production line.

“LVMH will use the production lines of its perfume and cosmetic brands to produce large quantities of hydroalcoholic gels from Monday,” the company’s management said.

The acclaimed designer company said the move is to help tackle a nationwide shortage of the anti-viral products across France.

The company has also been in production of face masks and medical overalls.

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