tokyo urban cammo

Todaya€™s New York Times includes an article on the efforts of Aya Tsukioka, an a€oeexperimental fashion designer,a€A to allay Japana€™s growing fears about street crime by creating a new line of clothes and accessories that double as urban camouflage. In a moment of panic, you can transform your dress into a vending machine, your backpack into a fire hydrant, and your purse into a manhole cover. The idea is for the people who wear these clothes to hide in plain sight when they feel threatened, evading their would-be attacker.


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Posted: October 23rd, 2007
at 12:00pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: clothes,design

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  1. yo… ima get a i pod that camoflauges into a fully… thats some real shit


    23 Oct 07 at 12:51 pm


  2. that lil kid is probably in every molesters dream. and the kid can get mad if i ninja touched his ass looking for the phone book. he was asking for it (imo)

    X da pimp

    24 Oct 07 at 3:00 pm



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