Yoko Ono Explains Her "Fashions for Men: 1969-2012" Collection for Opening Ceremony(Video)

After receiving a mixed response to her collection "Fashions for Men: 1969-2012" for Opening Ceremony, Yoko Ono sat down with Humberto Leon(of Opening Ceremony) to explain the inspiration behind the line. Ono, widow to John Lennon, originally designed the line as an alternative to suits and ties—wanting men and women to be able to dress equally. Not only did she not want division between the sexes, but Ono wanted men to be more open and relax. At the end of video, Leon does not rule out a second round from Ono and the brand. Let's wait and see what comes next.

[via Opening Ceremony]

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