Daft Punk, Sans Disguises, Goes Unnoticed at Wall Street Journal After-Party

Image via @styledotcom on Twitter
Image via @styledotcom on Twitter

The other day, we let you know that Daft Punk was on the cover of the Wall Street Journal‘s special “Innovators” issue. On Wednesday, the actual awards were given away at the MoMA, and Page Six is reporting that after receiving their awards, the androids slipped out of their disguises and went unnoticed at the after-party. Now that means that the Daft Punk “hiding their image” thing has either worked super brilliantly since the late 1990s, or no one at the Wall Street Journal gives a fuck about Daft Punk without their helmets on. Either way, it might make shy artists want to really start rocking masks to disappear when they need to.

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