Japanese invent Crime Prevention Disguises

Japanese invent Crime Prevention Disguises
Adrian Lai
  • 22 october 2007

The New York Times reports on an interesting fashion trend happening in Tokyo: Clothing which transforms into crime prevention disguises. There’s a skirt which unfolds into a Coca-Cola vending machine so you can hide from would-be robbers. Bags disguised as manholes that you can throw to the ground if you were to be approached by would-be muggers. And a line of knife-proof school uniform.

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