Yoko Ono clothing line for Opening Ceremony inspired by John Lennon

Yoko Ono, John Lennon's widow, in front of the memorial wall dedicated to him in Prague.

Yoko Ono has designed what some have called a "wacky" men's clothing line for Opening Ceremony inspired by John Lennon.

The line includes mesh tops, crystal-studded toe-less boots, a "butt hoodie," and some very carefully placed handprints, according to UPI. The collection, "Yoko Ono Fashions for Men 1969-2012," was based on original sketches the famous artist drew herself as a gift for her late husband on their wedding day in 1969.

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"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," Ono told Women's Wear Daily. "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."

Ono had released a book of the illustrations with the same name, and Opening Ceremony hosted a book signing at its SoHo store, which led to the collaboration, reported NBC's The Look. The limited-edition collection launched Tuesday. Items run from a $25 poster, to a $200 jock strap, to a $750 pair of boots with either open toes or an incense holder.