Would You Wear Yoko Ono's Opening Ceremony Collection?

Yoko Ono Opening Ceremony

Yoko Ono's "Fashions for Men" for Opening Ceremony.
Photo: Courtesy of Opening Ceremony

The question seems simple enough. Would you wear Yoko Ono's Opening Ceremony collection? Without looking, you think, "Duh, why not?" And then, you catch a glimpse of the inner-thigh cutouts, crotch handprints, and *achem* butt motif running up and down these togs, and you maybe start to squeeze down on the brakes a little bit. MAYBE. Sure, Yoko Ono is her own living legend on top of being the widow of John Lennon, and perhaps that's reason alone for someone to sport her designs. *Kanye shrug* But let's not forget for one minute that she is a primarily avant-garde artist and her two-part M.O. (just, like, as a person) is to first, get a reaction from her work, and second, project a particular message to the world. That said, if this collection makes you squirm or giggle or click "Buy" or ELICIT ANY FEELING EVER, that's GOOD. Whatever you're feeling is good. More specifically, though, we want to know if you feel like wearing any of it.

Yoko Ono Opening Ceremony

Yoko Ono's "Fashions for Men" for Opening Ceremony.
Photo: Courtesy of Opening Ceremony

We could debate for EONS about whatever latent feminist messages are wedged between the fibers of these garments (or the LED nipples of that "Lightbulb Bra"…HEYO, AMIRITE?!), but according to Opening Ceremony, the designs originate from a series of sketches Yoko gave John as a wedding gift and are meant to glorify the dude's "sexy bod." Highlights from the collection include two colorways of "Cutout Trousers" that appear fairly normal from the front-view, but from behind, they reveal, well, your behind via a giant mesh derriere panel. There's a "Bell Board" which we think is a necklace (???) comprised of one black leather neck strap affixed to a giant transparent chest plaque with two silver bells and a festive "RING FOR YOUR MOMMY PIECE y.o. 69-12" inscription. Saucy! There's ALSO an "Eyelet Tank" that features the same LED nipples as the bandeau (mandeau?) but is rendered EXTRA interesting when you unscrew the lights to reveal two Regina George-style cutouts. Does "interesting" and Regina George approved make it something you'll wear, though? Let us know! Would YOU wear Yoko Ono's Fashions for Men for Opening Ceremony?

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