Yoko Ono recently released a new fashion line titled "Fashions for Men." What I find most interesting about the menswear line's title is that the chances of a man actually wearing her styles are pretty much zero. The clothes are absolutely hideous. This view doesn't have anything to do with censorship, morality or traditional values, either: I sincerely think these might be the ugliest "fashions" I have ever seen.
Yoko Ono recently tried her hand at fashion. The Daily Star reported on Dec. 2 that the 80-year-old artist and activist launched a ready-to-wear menswear line. Called "Fashions for Men," the collection is based off sketches Ono drew in 1969. Ono gave the sketches to her famous husband, John Lennon, as a wedding present.
Ono's menswear collection includes clothing, accessories and shoes. However, it's not your typical menswear line. Yoko Ono's collection includes hot pink fishnet shirts and tight pants with hand prints on the crotch. Ono spoke to The Daily Star about her inspiration for the edgy line: Read More