Butt Hoodies, Light Up Nipples and More: It's Yoko Ono's New Menswear Line!

For the first time since Liz & Dick premiered, I'm at a loss for words. And it's all because of Yoko Ono's new collaboration with Opening Ceremony. In the style of Seinfeld: Have you seen this? I mean have you seen this?
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For the first time since Liz & Dick premiered, I'm at a loss for words. And it's all because of Yoko Ono's new collaboration with Opening Ceremony. In the style of Seinfeld: Have you seen this? I mean have you seen this?
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For the first time since Liz & Dick premiered, I'm at a loss for words. And it's all because of Yoko Ono's new collaboration with Opening Ceremony. In the style of Seinfeld: Have you seen this? I mean have you seen this?

Ono told WWD that she originally sketched her "Fashions for Men" collection as a wedding present to late husband John Lennon in 1969. Or rather, a present to his very sexy bod:

“I was inspired to create ‘Fashions for Men’ amazed at how my man was looking so great. I felt it was a pity if we could not make clothes emphasizing his very sexy bod. So, I made this whole series with love for his hot bod and gave it to him as a wedding present. You can imagine how he went wild and fell in love with me even more.”

There are crotch-grabbing hand prints. A "chest plaque" featuring butler bells and text reading "Ring For Your Mommy Piece." A boob-tube bra (yes, for men) with lightbulbs on the nipples. A "Butt Hoodie" featuring a print that most definitely looks more like testicles. Yes, there's even some pants with a see-through bum patch. But perhaps the worst thing of all is that there were only 52 pieces of each design produced--a damn shame, considering it greatly reduces the odds of seeing one of them being worn by an actual person.

Click through for a sampling of Yoko Ono's Opening Ceremony collection.