The Chameleon Cloth is the cloth of the Saint June in Saint Seiya, and by an unknown Saint in Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas. It is of the lowest class of the cloths that Athena's Saints wield, the Bronze Cloths.
The constellation of Chameleon was a modern constellation developed after the times of myth. While no myth exists on the constellation, it was based on the lizards who were known to change colors for defensive camouflage.
June trained to be a Saint on Andromeda Island, along with Shun under the Silver Saint Cepheus Daidalos before the start of the series. The cloth was likely kept in this area by Daidalos to be given to her once she proved she was worthy to be a Saint. Although it is not shown when she earned it, she was still a trainee when Shun earned his Cloth and left.
On Screen Life is FleetingEdit
After her initial appearance, knock out, and subsequent "rest" in Saori's home, she is never seen again. It is possible she was killed by one of the Gold Saints, or that she just enjoyed the non-saint life so much, she made Saori's home her own, but it's more likely that Kurumada forgot about her.
The Cloth was seen briefly at a gathering of Saints in Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas, but has only rarely been seen since.
The tail of the Chameleon Bronze Cloth turns into a whip that can be used as a weapon. Other than that, it appears to share all the strengths and weaknesses of other Bronze Cloths.