The art of camouflage

A woman (left) blending right in with Japanese painter Shigeki Matsuyama's art installation, Narcissism: Dazzle Room, during the Rooms 33 fashion and design trade show at Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokyo yesterday. Since 2000, Rooms has been a biannu
A woman (left) blending right in with Japanese painter Shigeki Matsuyama's art installation, Narcissism: Dazzle Room, during the Rooms 33 fashion and design trade show at Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokyo yesterday. PHOTO: EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO AGENCY

A woman blending right in with Japanese painter Shigeki Matsuyama's art installation, Narcissism: Dazzle Room, during the Rooms 33 fashion and design trade show at Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokyo yesterday.

Since 2000, Rooms has been a biannual international fashion and design trade show which presents a wide range of items, as well as art installations.

With more than 500 exhibitors and 20,000 visitors, Rooms has become a major trade show.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 15, 2016, with the headline 'The art of camouflage'. Print Edition | Subscribe