The buttless pants, lightbulb bra (for men) and $200 jock strap Yoko Ono designed for John Lennon's "hot bod" are on sale now
by Tyler Munro
November 29, 2012
When she married John Lennon in 1969, Yoko Ono apparently gave him a series of clothing sketches as a gift, each of which was designed to accentuate—and this is a quote—his “hot bod, and now nearly five decades later, New York’s Opening Ceremony has made the sketches a reality. It’s no secret that she’s completely batshit insane, but if you think she’s crazy now, imagine how she was in the late 60s at the peak of psychedelic post-modern gobbledygook. God help us all.
Maybe we just don’t “get it,” but to us it seems a little insane to pay $335US for a pair of trousers with a gigantic hand on the crotch. Crazy enough, the pants are some of the saner items in the line, which is cleverly titled Yoko Ono Fashions for Men 1969-2012.
There’s the Lightbulb Bra, a bandeau for men with LED lights (that are placed like nipples) on the front and, thankfully, an adjustable hook closure. One size fits most for only $250.