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Presenting All The Nip Slips From Yoko Ono's "Fashion For Men"

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Finally. After 43 long years since the clothing designs were committed to paper and given to John Lennon as a wedding present, Yoko Ono's men's fashion has come to life. She was "inspired to create 'Fashions for Men' amazed at how my man was looking so great," so now that we have seen (and can't un-see) the collection, we can conclude that Yoko's favorite parts of her man were the inner-knee-thigh, the nips, and the deltoids. Also, the crotch. Noted.

All the crazy is available online at Opening Ceremony now for between $75 and $750.
· Presenting YOKO ONO 'Fashions for Men: 1969-2012' [Opening Ceremony]
· John Lennon's 'Hot Bod' Inspired Yoko Ono's Clothing Line [Racked]