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Yoko Ono puts hands all over men's crotches

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In memory of perhaps the weirdest wedding present ever, Yoko Ono has launched a line of fashion for men featuring hands on crotches and balls on chests.

Included in the "Fashions for Men" collection from Opening Ceremony are pants with handprints on the crotches, a hoodie with a crudely drawn pair of testicles (or possibly a posterior, as it's called "Butt Hoodie"), a bra with LED lights over the nipples and a jock strap with an LED light on the front.

The designs are based on a series of sketches Ono gave rock legend John Lennon as a wedding gift 48 years ago.

"I was inspired to create Fashions for Men (because I was) 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," she said in a press release.

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