This has been around a bit, but we can't not do something on Aya Tsukioka's clothing designs for people scared of crime.
First reported in the New York Times last week, they include a costume the same size and shape as a street vending machine that you can use as urban camouflage; a purse that looks like a manhole cover that you can leave on the street; and a child's backpack that allow wearers to disguise themselves fire extinguishers.
- Hella Jongerius updates her "young class…ic" Polder sofa
- Perch Collection by Pierre Favresse at N…ouvelle Vague
- Didier Faustino surrounds Glory Hole mir…ror with Baroque embellishment
- Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970…-1990 at the V&A
- BIG Chair Project for Jamie Oliver at Re…public of Fritz Hansen
- John Astbury and Kyuhyung Cho launch Fad…e bathroom collection
- Paceman by MINI
- Nendo's 3D-moulded light shades use trad…itional washi paper
- Waive by Matthias Pliessnig
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