Yoko Ono, activist and wife of the late Beatle John Lennon, released her own clothing line through the 2002-launched clothing brand Opening Ceremony. The collection, entitled Yoko Ono Fashions for Men 1969-2012, has some Yoko Ono underwear ideas that are… interesting. To start off, the collection’s logo is a bare butt. Yup. We know.
The clothing line is apparently based on a book of hand-drawn illustrations by Yoko, which she presented to John Lennon for their wedding. It took 43 years, but Yoko and Opening Ceremony have finally brought the sketches to realization. The collection features odd ideas like shirts with cut outs for the nipples, pants with a butt-exposing mesh panel, knee pads with eyes on them, pants with handprints over the crotch and holes for the knees, a chest plaque with mesh shirts with holes in the shoulders, an odd-looking jockstrap-ish creation with a light on it and get this… a men’s bra… with lightbulbs on it.
What’s even funnier about the collection is the advertising campaign. If you check out the gallery below, maybe it’s just us, but it looks like even the Yoko Ono underwear models themselves are confused by the line! How relaxed could you look while wearing a men’s bra with bells on it?
Check out the gallery of the Yoko Ono underwear below and let us know what you think!
Photo Credit: Yoko Ono Fashion for Men 1969-2012