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This is the creation of 29 year old Aya Tsukioka, an imaginative clothing designer who teaches at Musashino Art University in Tokyo. One of her designs seen here, is a shoulder bag that mimics a manhole cover. The purpose of this accessory is security, enabling the user to conceal items by quickly camouflaging them on the street. Other items Tsukioka has created is a long skirt that transforms to mimic the facade of a Coke vending machine, should the wearer be pursued; and a child's school backpack that mimics a Japanese fire hydrant. Tsukioka is seen here (long wavy hair) modeling her bag in the Shibuya district of Tokyo, along with Minako Ogawa, 29, of Tokyo who's a dancer.
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Torin Boyd - 2007
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This is the creation of 29 year old Aya Tsukioka, an imaginative clothing designer who teaches at Musashino Art University in Tokyo. One of her designs seen here, is a shoulder bag that mimics a manhole cover. The purpose of this accessory is security, enabling the user to conceal items by quickly camouflaging them on the street. Other items Tsukioka has created is a long skirt that transforms to mimic the facade of a Coke vending machine, should the wearer be pursued; and a child's school backpack that mimics a Japanese fire hydrant. Tsukioka is seen here (long wavy hair) modeling her bag in the Shibuya district of Tokyo, along with Minako Ogawa, 29, of Tokyo who's a dancer.