Style Notes: Yoko Ono Gets Sued Over an Alleged Stolen Crotch; Ford's India Ad Campaign Gets Kardashian Krazy

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In case you didn't know, Yoko Ono released an Opening Ceremony menswear line last November filled with pants that have patchwork hands on the crotch. Sometime before that, Brooklyn-based designer Haleh Nematzadeh put hands on the crotch of her clothes, too. So naturally, she's filed suit. [Vogue UK]

With exotic skin bags made from every animal on the ark (or, at least, crocodiles, alligators, ostriches and the like), Hermes has never been, shall we say, a friend of PETA. Apparently the brand likes the distinction, as they've just released a crocodile skin T-shirt that, at $91,500, clocks in as the world's most expensive tee, to date. [Daily Mail UK]

Posh Spice Victoria Beckham has gotten in on the e-commerce game with, which will be the exclusive purveyor of her ICONIC diffusion line of, uh, iconic dresses.  [T Magazine]

Ford went where so many minds secretly go everyday in its new India-based ad campaign depicting the Kim, Khloe and Kourntey Kardashian bound and gagged in the trunk of a car. This was seen by some as done in poor taste, especially since India recently passed an anti-rape law. The automaker has released an official apology. [NY Mag]

Raf Simons is showcasing his Dior collection in Shanghai for the brand's Haute Couture show on March 30, the second time the French house has showed in China. In an interview with Agence France-Presse, Dior chief executive Sidney Toledano divulged that the luxury brand was gaining new couture customers in Asia, with China becoming the “big market of tomorrow.” [Business of Fashion]