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Yoko Ono Designs Mens Fashion From Sketches Drawn On Wedding Day

Yoko Ono Designs Mens Fashion From Sketches Drawn On Wedding Day
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The collaboration with Opening Ceremony, 'Fashions for Men: 1969-2012', is based on a compilation of illustrations she gave John Lennon.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 november 2012

Artist and cultural icon Yoko Ono has teamed up with Opening Ceremony for a fashion collection based on the hand-drawn illustrations she gave John Lennon on their wedding day. ‘Fashions for Men: 1969-2012’ features apparel, footwear, and accessories in exclusive editions of only 52 pieces, as well as a limited run of sweatshirts, and posters featuring Ono’s artwork.

Yoko Ono Creates Men’s Collection From Sketches She Presented On Her Wedding Day

The collection, which is exclusive to Opening Ceremony, is available today at all of the brand’s U.S. stores, and will be available in the Tokyo and London stores early next month. The items range in price from $75 up to $750.

Yoko Ono Creates Men’s Collection From Sketches She Presented On Her Wedding Day

Click through to see more sketches and a few of the designs below.

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