Emergency Chic

May 17, 2011 at 4:29 pm Leave a comment

This might be the year of natural disasters but it’s not the year of bad fashion sense. And only in Japan would they make a an emergency kit so cute and chic:

teiden set

It contains is a mesh pouch, a solar-powered flashlight, a pink LCD clock/keychain, a shampoo/conditioner set and a pair of flats that look like they were made of newspaper!

As the website explains, this kit is geared toward those inevitable post-nuclear accident blackouts which Tokyo has been experiencing a lot of this year. =( The flashlight is water-resistant and stands on its own, so it’s especially useful when you’re in the rain trying to find where you dropped your keys. And if you can’t find your keys, you can keep a spare set on the digital keychain clock.

Okay, this may not be the most practical emergency kit ever, but you could always pack water bottles and rations on your own. This kit is more about the girly-girl embracing her inner MacGyver and getting through the apocalypse in style. Heck, I’d get it just for the shoes. What better way to say, “Save the planet!” (/^o^)/


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