18 Yoko Ono Influences
From Relaunching 1970s Eyewear to Recreating Iconic Portraits
By: Katie Pagnotta
Dec 4, 12
Yoko Ono influences are everywhere and the latest contribution to society is her risque concept men’s collection for Opening Ceremony.
Yoko Ono is famous for being John Lennon’s wife, but also because she is an artist who pushes the boundaries of normal. She is known for being a wacky and outlandishly dressed icon. She has created fashion lines, as well as been the source of inspiration for designers. In addition, she has been a contributor to many philanthropic efforts and art installations. Her enigmatic persona makes her a captivating figure and she stands up for what she believes in. Yoko may have a bad reputation for supposedly breaking up The Beatles, but her work and appeal speaks for itself.
Yoko influences will continue to occur as she perpetually creates and shocks the world.
Recreating Iconic Portraits
Peregrine Pop Art
Relaunching 1970s Eyewear
VIP Anti-HIV Designs
Musical Corpse Couples
Film Noir Fashion Tributes
Work-Disruptive Car Ads
Transient Art Pavilion
Star-Studded Fashion Showcases
Musician-Inspired Fashion Collections
Trash Can Design Auction
Imagine Peace Tower Unveiled on John Lennons Birthday
Crowdsourced Smile Collections
Historic-Style Salon Showings
Sacrilegious Steeple Exhibits
Classic Rock Instrument Tributes
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