Monday, October 29, 2007

Street Camouflage

Quirky story by Martin Fackler in last week's New York Times about the work of Aya Tsukioka, a 29-year-old experimental fashion designer, who is working on a line of street camouflage clothing, such as a skirt panel that unfolds into an actual-size photo of a vending machine, allowing a woman walking alone to elude pursuers by hiding behind it. Ms. Tsukioka is developing several versions, "...including one that unfolds from a kimono and a deluxe model with four sides (shown here at left) for more complete camouflaging." Read the article here.
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