Camouflage, a blotchy, stealthy pattern born to blend into the background, is grabbing attention all over the urban, style-setting landscape. It has grown far beyond its original purpose of giving hunters an edge over wary animals.

On contrary to the usual camouflage fashion ( jackets, pants, hats, backpacks and purses in military troops camo uniform), Aya Tsukioka, a Japanese experimental fashion designer, has developed a line of completely wack camouflage.

The designs include soda and vending machines, fire extinguisher bookbags for kids, and even a purse that resembles a manhole (so you can throw it in the road if you're being pursued and not get your stuff stolen, just run over).

So to all who fear crime, you can throw some of your money and have these fashion craze.

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Just a girl said... @ November 9, 2007 at 9:27 AM

Wow...that's definately unique! And hilarious. My favourite is the vending machine - useful if you see someone you want to avoid. Or just want to trick people into "buying" something from a "vending machine." It might even be crazy enough to start a trend.

Just a girl

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