You can own some fabric nightmares Yoko Ono designed for John Lennon
In case you missed this in Saturday's installement of The Week in Culture, Yoko Ono continues to honor the legacy of her late husband John Lennon the only way she knows how: by doing something weird to ensure the general public will continue to bitterly mock her until the end of time.
Yoko's latest act of self-flagellation is her new fashion collection for Opening Ceremony, which is based on designs she sketched for Lennon as a wedding present back in 1969 (we can only imagine how thrilled he must've been). This menagerie of mesh, bottomless pants, and a $200 jock strap, is sure to make great holiday gifts, especially if your family is full of slime punk grandpas, or that neon street gang from Batman Forever.
In related news, Mark David Chapman was once again denied parole in light of the fact that the world would never get to see our beloved Beatle wearing a pair of pants that look like evidence from a wizard sex crime, or a hoodie with a butt on it.
Such a senseless tragedy (the clothes, we mean). But, hey, at least John Waters can do all of his Christmas shopping in one place this year!
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