Facebook.com/YokoOnoPageYoko Ono is hands-on with her new business venture.
She's launched a limited-edition clothing line with Opening Ceremony, based on a series of drawings that she sketched for John Lennon when they married in 1969.
The most interesting article of clothing in the line: a $335 pair of trousers that have a handprint design on the crotch area.
Ono is quoted by Women's Wear Daily as saying she created her sketches, dubbed "Fashions for Men," because Lennon was "looking so great" at the time. She continues, "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."
Other items available for sale include a $250 bra with battery-operated light bulbs, a $200 jockstrap and a $75 hoodie with the outline of a butt on the front.
The line is now available in Opening Ceremony stores in New York and Los Angeles. It will debut in London and Tokyo this Friday and on December 9, respectively.
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