Kanye West’s NYFW Yeezy Collection show was a humid, exhausting mess


Kanye West’s big NYFW show was held yesterday. Apparently, it was a huge, humid, hot mess. Kanye bused people onto Roosevelt Island, or they could take the F-train, and there were some crazy delays. USA Today and the Daily Beast, along with other outlets, described the terrible conditions involving people being trapped on buses, models fainting after being left out in the sun for too long, and everyone getting progressively hotter and tired of the delays. Only Billboard gave Kanye the benefit of the doubt, theorizing that perhaps the whole thing was some sort of meta commentary on fame and performance art.

A few more things, because there are like a million new pieces of Kanye-news. He is working on an album with Drake. Kanye signed Tyga to his label. Kanye is doing an infant/kids line with the Yeezy collaboration. Adidas is making a larger investment in Yeezy too, and there will be brick-and-mortar Yeezy stores coming to a city near you. And Kanye gave a pre-show interview to Vogue where he dropped some additional news/corrections. Like, people were so mad about his model casting call for “multiracial women” and apparently the actual casting call was a huge mess too. Some highlights from Kanye’s interview:

The Yeezy collection: “I want to make pieces that can be timeless. Pieces that you can pick up out of a vintage store in 20 years and say, ‘Wow, I’m happy I have this.’ ”

Invisibility: “When people asked me, ‘if you could have a superpower, what would would it be?’ I said the ability to be invisible. And this was before I was famous. Because there’s absolutely no way for me or my family to be invisible, I’ve put that longing for invisibility into the clothes.”

Yeezy stores: “I believe the first one will be in California, since that’s where I stay now. I can go by there most often, check in, get the vibe. But I want to do 200 stores in the next year. That’s just me saying what I want. I’m not saying what can definitely happen but you might as well just state out loud what you want. That’ll put you one step closer to getting it.”

What he meant by “multiracial women only”: “How do you word the idea that you want all variations of black? How do you word that exactly?”

Trying to be more conciliatory: “That’s always the place that I was in. I was just saying the wrong things out loud.”

[From Vogue]

Well, you have to give him *some* credit – everyone thought he was delusional, but the Yeezy collection is really popular. As for the terrible show… Kanye loves big drama, and it probably irritates him to no end that everything didn’t go perfectly. He needs to find a balance between his love of big drama and, you know, efficiency.

Here are some photos of Kim Kardashian out and about in NY yesterday. With bonus Saint! Kim’s modeling some of Kanye’s collection.




Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.

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  1. jess1632 says:

    It looked like such a mess from the clips I saw this morning…what I would have given to be there as a critic or whatever and just watch everything go down! Especially the the models in the wobbly heels however that must’ve been a bummer for said models

    • Hannah says:

      Vogue was parading it like it’s the best show ever, I think it’s time to fire Anna.

      • kate says:

        Hannah on point. When Vogue thinks Adidas n Kanye r fashion,there’s a problem. Especially when so called designer is delusional thinking he’s creating art. Please…someone throw a bucket of ice on Kim, I’m sweating just watching the mess she’s in in over 100f.

      • La Ti Da says:

        I’ve seriously wondered if Anna Wintour is trying to get Conde Nast to buy out her contract so she can bounce. She seems to have completely lost the plot somewhere along the way, she’s put two the Wests/Kardashian/Jenners on two covers now…. one of them the September issue! So its either that or she is a massive troll, drunk on power, who has decided to make them fashion icons simply because she can.

      • Winterberry says:

        Agreed. Anna Wintour cannot be trusted with Vogue after getting so cozy with West and the Kardashians.

      • Shelleycon says:

        Anna Wintour is high on Kanyes farts or something, Vogue has totally gone to shit wtf?

  2. Tiffany27 says:

    Serious question: What is spectacular about his line? Season 4 looks like season 3 which looks similar to season 2 which looks a lot like season 1.

    • LA says:

      Nothing. Nothing is spectacular about it. In the same way that nothing about any of his collections has been spectacular.

      I’m so annoyed that we as a society continue to legitimize his bullsh*t. Ugh.

      • NGBoston says:

        I have to say the Yeezy sneakers are reportedly very comfortable and sell very quickly (while extremely overpriced).

        My Daughter worked p/t in a High End Fashion Sneaker gallery this year and it’s ridiculous the back orders for custom pairs.

        His fashion line, meh, bland and those clear plastic thigh high boots, No,just no. His Footwear does better than his soft lines, IMO.

      • Jwoolman says:

        Well, at least it’s better for people to spend their money on his stuff than, say, nuclear bombs…. At least his stuff is harmless! Baffling, but harmless.

    • Chaine says:

      That is part of the timelessness he was talking about. The clothes look exactly the same from year to year so you can’t tell which season they are actually from. And the other part of the timelessness is that 20 years in the future, when you see his thigh high plastic boots and flesh-colored sausage casing bodysuit at a vintage shop, you will think they are just as ugly as they were when you first saw them… Timeless.

    • Tifygodess24 says:

      There’s nothing special at all. Any other designer would be laughed off stage, not entertained like he has been. Not to mention the pieces the K’s wear arent the crap he’s selling either. Those are made special for them. The stuff on the runway was big baggy sweatshirts and ziplock baggy boots. His look every single year is depressed homeless chic.

      • Li says:

        My husband used to call his own look homeless/hobo chic. Then one day we went to the beach and a homeless guy walked by, our 2 year old daughter said “Look, that’s daddy.” Well let’s just say I haven’t heard that phrase from him since.

      • Val says:

        @Li hahahaha! That is perfect!!

      • Li says:

        I kept telling him he needed to put in more effort. All I would get is “But this is my look, hobo chic”…. I am so thankful to my little girl.

    • nikko says:

      A couple of weeks ago here in San Francisco, Kanye had a pop up shop in Chinatown and people were in lines for hours and I mean hours. They interviewed people and they were paying good money for his items; some folks aren’t listening to the critics because his stuff sold out here and in other locations.

  3. lilacflowers says:

    The video of that “show” would be hilarious if not for the dangerous conditions. Several models fell in those ridiculous boots, others were clearly having trouble walking, and one woman was hurt so badly that people had to help her off the “runway.” And the clothes are hideous.

    And 200 stores in a year? Way to go bankrupt fast.

  4. V4Real says:

    One poor model passed out. NY is having a bit of a late summer heat wave right now.

    As for his multicultural casting, it looked pretty diverse to me. I hate to admit this but I kind of like that mess Kim is wearing. Some of the clothing were not that bad.

    • Nameless says:

      From the pics elsewhere it looked like he arranged the models from light skin to dark skin, the darker skinned models in the back. Was this a political statement? A aesthetic thing?

    • Riemc526 says:

      Yeah and Kim was wearing knee high boots, long pants, and a long shirt. I’m surprised she didn’t pass out from heat stroke.

  5. Bluebelle says:

    I don’t understand him. Sometimes he can be so extra, that it doesn’t come off well. Why would you want your clothes to reflect invisibility? Does he mean that he wants to create what has already been created? I guess that makes him different than the rest. The Life of Pablo was an incredible album, but I’m just not feeling him clothing-wise.

  6. boredblond says:

    Could’ve left words 3-6 out of headline…

  7. Aiobhan says:

    OT: With all the money that Kim makes, why is it so hard for her to find a bra that actually fits properly?

    “How do you word the idea that you want all variations of black? How do you word that exactly?”

    Kanye, all you had to do is say exactly what you just said. I want different shades of black women who range from Lisa Bonet to Lupita Nyongo and everyone in between. The awkwardness will still be there, but it would have been better than the confusing mess you created.

    I have a mixed reaction to his clothes. I actually do enjoy huge basics that I can put with anything, but the price point is way too high. It is not as if he is on the same level as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s homeless chic. They put a lot of effort into the details to make their clothes worth what they cost. His clothes look like he stole them from a garbage bin.

  8. Maria says:

    It is so disappointing to witness yet again that some people out there will just buy anything designed by a celebrity.
    There is no reason whatsorever that his godawful clothes have become so successful that you can even build stores around it.

  9. HH says:

    How do you word that you want different variations of Black? Just request Black models. We’re not made in factory. We naturally have different hues.

    ETA: Is it an omen for this day that I had to explain to a Black man that Black people come in varying shades? Should I even leave the house?

    • Almondjoy says:

      Lol exactly.

    • paolanqar says:

      ‘What he meant by “multiracial women only”: “How do you word the idea that you want all variations of black? How do you word that exactly?”’

      Considering HE IS black and his wife tries really hard to be black too, he might be quite confused other than stupid and ignorant.

    • Bridget says:

      Or you know, he’s having a hard time explaining it to the agencies the casting notices were sent to.

    • “How do you word that you want different variations of Black? Just request Black models. We’re not made in factory. We naturally have different hues.”

      I love it when I scroll down and just see a comment that hit the nail on the head. Basically. I couldn’t even get mad about the ‘multi-racial’ call because it was utterly vague and the ambigious nature (especially coming from Kanye) could have meant everything under the sun. Better to wait for the show to see what this fool meant and there it is: black models.

      Of course they’re multiracial, 2 parts glitter and invisibility, life force 5, delta delta fox trot.

    • anon says:

      Would you be offended if someone asked for only white models or only Asian models or only Indian models? Then, why would you support a call for black models?

  10. Almondjoy says:



    This is really all you need to know about the event 😩 Total disaster.

    • lilacflowers says:

      The first woman in the first video needed to be helped by several people. And was the woman in the second video supposed to be Danyeris Targaryen after a forced march?

      • Crox says:

        Is the first woman’s heel supposed to be so twisted? I mean, was it designed badly or manufactured badly? Either way, this is terrible.

        And can Kim stop wearing those ridiculous high boots that end up making her legs look wider than her surgically-enhanced hips? They probably look good on long, thin legs of a model standing still. But not on a curvy woman moving.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        @Crox, it broke. In the longer videos, the models had to walk over a stone or gravel path to get to the “runway.” She was having trouble with that and then the heel got stuck and broke when someone helped her pull it free. And she got hurt when she got stuck. Audience members eventually helped her off the runway.

    • Jwoolman says:

      The clothes/footwear worn by the walking models seem terribly confining, just like he dresses Kim. How does this match up with Adidas? I thought Adidas was about clothes you can easily move in, for activity like sports and exercise. Who really buys such stuff and for what purpose?

    • Flowerchild says:

      Those shoes 😱😱😱 they are so cheap and ugly did he have North make them because I just don’t understand the poor quality.

    • QQ says:

      Bwahahah I’ve been catching life on those Almond… Did ya’ll know that only maybe the runway walkers have actual looks the people on the sides or the “extras” wear and I quote ” things from Adidas and thrift store items hand dyed to math whatever palette per a girl that go selected to stand in season 3


    • Wiffie says:

      Omg. The first video with the woman in the boots… the first loop, I thought it was funny. Second loop, kind of chuckled. By the fourth time it played I was laughing so hard I couldn’t stop and woke up the baby. Now I can’t stop thinking about it and can’t picture it without ugly laughing and crying 😂😂😂😂😂

      I never thought I’d say this, but thank you, Yeezy. I needed that laugh today!

    • LMAO.

      What is the soundtrack on those clips??

      “Mama I’ll be going back to school now. This ain’t life”

      Walking a Yeezy show in pantyhose with some busted heels while the heat index is popping, smh.

      • stinky says:

        same – laughing too hard at work and now everyone else is getting quiet … listening to me laugh. the soundtrack to those lil’ clips is killin me and makin me laugh even more… even AFTER watching.

  11. Olga says:

    Ugly boots with this dress… No, Kanye, it’s not Vetements chic! Kim looks like a stormtrooper!

  12. paolanqar says:

    ‘What he meant by “multiracial women only”: “How do you word the idea that you want all variations of black? How do you word that exactly?”’

    Ignorance at its finest.

    I still believe that if the recipient were only white women the world would have shifted from its axis. Also, only a stupid man could design those ugly boots, so ill fitting and dumb. No woman could come up with something so dumb. My legs are sweating just looking at them.

    • Almondjoy says:

      But there are lots of casting calls where only white women are requested or chosen, especially when it comes to runway. Models of color speak on it all the time. This is the reason for the #MoreModelsOfColor movement. Looks like in his own strange and badly worded way, Kanye was trying to give an opportunity to models who are usually rejected and not included. Kudos to him.

      And I agree, the boots are awful.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        He gave them the opportunity to be mistreated by Kanye. And I think the ones who had to stand in the middle weren’t even paid.

      • Almondjoy says:

        Lilac, I was speaking solely on his call for only models of color. But yes, he’s awful, his designs are awful and the show was a mess.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        I realize that WOC are not afforded the opportunities in the modeling industry and I usually applaud efforts to change that but I see Kanye being applauded (not so much here but elsewhere) for his hiring practices and I just feel it needs to be emphasized that while he may be hiring these women, he mistreats them, and should never be given a pass for it, not that you were. Indeed, you weren’t excusing him. I find this man’s attitude toward and treatment of women truly disturbing.

      • Almondjoy says:

        Lilac, I feel you! I agree 100%. The conditions these women had to work in were disgusting. Kanye is gross. I won’t applaud him for that, not one bit.

        I guess his original idea was commendable, but his execution was hideous.

      • Jwoolman says:

        But why couldn’t he just say that he was looking for black women of all skin tones? That’s apparently what he actually wanted. “Multiracial” was too broad and at the same time gave the impression he was looking for a much narrower range of skin colors. I guess the people actually looking for the work knew what he meant, though, since that’s who ended up with the jobs.

        Why he didn’t at least figure out a way to provide them discreetly with water is a mystery. OSHA should get involved. No joke. That was abusive.

    • HH says:

      But white women are still heavily chosen for modelling (be it runway or print), just shy of it being exclusive. The fact that something is not “explicitly” being stated does not negate the fact that it’s occurring. Even if a modeling company “lets” women of color audition, if they have no intent of choosing them, that’s JUST as bad.

    • pk says:

      You are right about the the double standard paolanqar

    • …well the axis seems fine since I see all white women in 95% of modeling and media. Or apparently that’s the way the axis is meant to be tilted.

    • nicegirl says:

      Maybe “all skin types/shades welcomed” ?? not sure

  13. JK3 says:

    Q: “How do you word the idea that you want all variations of black? How do you word that exactly?”

    A – “Black”

    • lilacflowers says:


    • Kate says:

      That’s what I thought. Just say it!

      But maybe Kanye was trying to be sensitive to people’s feelings? Good for him?

    • Ji-yun says:


      Although, I do think he wanted to cast models of color but couldn’t figure out a way to phrase it how he wanted. A quick scoot down the list of models/images available of the show brings up quite a few non-black POC models Like Amina Blue (German/Pakistani heritage) for example.

  14. Rice says:

    I was listening to “Champion” the other day and I realised how much I miss Kanye (I love the “Graduation” album). Come back, Yeenius.

    On another note, I like those beige boots that Kim’s wearing and Saint is as cute as North.

    • mar_time says:

      Yes!! such a good album!!! He really is so talented, his clothes aren’t my cup o tea but I saw the (crazy long) line in LA for his pop up shop so he’s very popular overall. His shoes sell out as soon as they’re released…he’s doing just fine. When I went to the Watch The Throne tour and he made a great Kanye speech telling everyone to “be great, be amazing” I don’t know I still love Kanye *shrug*

  15. serena says:

    Why would Tyga even need a label? He’s just living off Kylie now after all.

    • Chaine says:

      Why does this family keep financing Tyga and propping him up? Complete mystery to me. He is an unattractive, talentless bum who will no doubt eventually cheat on Kylie with an underage girl. He must know something really awful that they’re trying to keep quiet.

      • Michelina says:

        Because they’re weak and need men in their lives no matter what. Kylie is young and already codependent as f*ck. Don’t get me wrong, wanting a relationship doesn’t make you weak, but these women are almost never entirely alone. They rush into anything with anyone and it’s why they’re all either divorced multiple times or have had endless failed relationships. No one ever takes the time to just chill. Kendall is the only one who has been single more than linked to someone, and that has resulted in rumors about her being a lesbian despite her never being linked to another woman.

        I’m sure Kylie could find better, but she has latched onto the first man to show her attention and refuses to let go. His broke pathetic ass can’t believe his good fortune. As far as the family goes, none of them can control what the other does. None of them cares about anything but themselves, so they might see Kylie getting used but they don’t care to bother to step in and give advice or run Tyga’s gross self off.

      • Lynnie says:

        There are rumors Tyga is a drug dealer so the theory he might have something terrible on them via that (Khloe’s adderall and coke habit, Kylie being benzoed out all the time) . I’m sure Kylie has shared a bunch of family secrets with him too

  16. Kittahlove83 says:

    Good, embarrassment and inconveniences to everyone involved in the Emperor’s New Clothes farce.

  17. Bunnybear says:

    I go back and forth on Kanye but I got a pair of yeezys and…and I love them.

  18. swak says:

    These clothes are not vintage. Also read on DM that those who were invited to the show didn’t receive invitations until that morning. Whole collection is ridiculous and not sure who is buying his clothes or why. They also had North in an oversized sweatshirt out in the heat.

  19. deevia says:

    What Kim wear is very cute and urban. Haven’t seen the line but I can see the “invisiblity” he’s trying to project in variation of muted colors. “Variation of black” is stupid because the world is not only about black and white so “multiracial” does not equate “black only” althought it does heavily implies “no white”. Fashion is so obssessed with blonde hair blue eyes of a VERY specific type that you’d think most have Nordic origins. In that case, Kanye intention can be quite refreshing.

  20. als says:

    For a man that seems to adore his wife, he sure does not design for her body type at all. If he used Kim as inspiration for his clothes he would be an even bigger success.

  21. Michelina says:

    The way that the Yeezy team treats models is disgusting. Editors were walking out. Last season they were unpaid and had plenty of stories to tell about how they were mistreated. This year they were forced to stand out in the hot sun on a 90+ degree day, some of them in coats and jackets. When on model passed out, it was someone in the audience who helped her up and brought her water while people on the Yeezy team just ignored her. There were models who had to be helped walking because the shoes they were forced to wear broke in the middle of the show.

    Treating the people who work for you like garbage doesn’t make you some expert fashion designer, it makes you an asshole. It also sucks that Kanye Stans are saying that the models who fainted, sat down, or finally kicked off their broken shoes committed career suicide. When did anyone begin to agree that designers can and should be able to treat models like shit?

  22. Jwoolman says:

    I wonder if Adidas is actually investing in this idea of the stores, or if Kanye has to put up the money. Sort of the clothing equivalent of self-publishing? I just can’t see them taking the risk. In the past, hasn’t he had very small runs so his stuff would sell out quickly? People say his shoes are good, but his clothing lines seem weird and impractical to me. Since they apparently are also expensive, that seems to narrow the market quite a bit. Maybe to a subset of the color blind ….

    • Lilacflowers says:

      200 stores in 1 year is a huge risk, especially for a line that has not been mass produced. I don’t see Addidas taking the risk.

    • Jwoolman says:

      Is it possible that by “store” he actually means something small and temporary, more like carts but maybe bigger? What are pop-up stores like?

  23. Pandy says:

    For someone designing for anonymity, there’s an awful lot of sheer clothing ….

  24. Who ARE these people? says:

    Those clothes will barely last 2 years, let alone 20.

  25. Bridget says:

    Can someone explain the disconnect to me? The MSG show was a total disaster too, and Kanye was all over the place talking about his money problems… but now the Yeezy collection is a hit?

    • FingerBinger says:

      The Yeezy collection produces a small amount. When the small amount sells out it’s a hit. When people see it’s sold out it’s the it thing. It’s a sales tactic.

      • me says:

        Exactly. It’s like only making 2 copies of a book and your mom buys both…now you’re a sold out best selling author! It’s not hard to sell out of something when you only make a limited amount to begin with. This is a huge business trick.

      • Flowerchild says:

        This the Kardashians are known for this. For example Kylie lipstick line, they only produce a small amount so it makes it look like her products are popular. This tactic is the Kardashian bread and butter, this is how they sell themselves to the next fool.

  26. Suzy from Ontario says:

    Yeah, because when I think of fashion, I think…I want to be invisible. And honestly, Kim always looks terrible since Kanye started styling her… overly tight clothing in blah neutrals and black. The colours do nothing for her. With her colouring, she would look so pretty in vibrant colours, but since she’s been with Kanye, everything is nudes, black, whites… and she looks like a stuffed sausage in most clothing. Hardly the “invisible” look! I don’t get where people think Kanye and Kim are fashion icons or know fashion. If they weren’t famous and rich, no one would be looking at his fashion line or gushing over his style and fashion sense. WTF is going on with Anna Wintour?

  27. No Bueno.

    Props to all the models who had the self control to not rip off those Payless heels and throw them at Kanye’s head. Dude is gonna make some poor girl break a leg with his inability to plan and prepare for the supposed genius aspiration of his spirit.

    Glad I didn’t give phucks about this yesterday enough to keep up on social media. Same drama, different day.

  28. ffaa says:

    celebitchy to the rescue!!!

    Of course as always you will apologize and suck up to this horrific person who had defended BILL COSBY SAYING EH WAS INNOCENT. But you will continue defending him… I wonder why…

  29. Nick says:

    I love Kanye saying he always wanted to be invisible then marrying into one of the most visible families on the planet.

  30. Felice. says:

    From my understanding, some white women who showed up for the audition were allowed to go in.

  31. Elia says:

    When I saw that first photo of Kim, I thought that her pants had fallen down. The actual look isn’t much better.

  32. NeoCleo says:

    Who the HELL is wearing his clothing? It is BUTT-ugly.

    • Flowerchild says:

      No one, but the Kardashians and friends. You never see other celebrities/famous people wearing his clothes and if you find that one they are promoting the line.

  33. hogtowngooner says:

    OK I know Kanye is delusional and these clothes are hideous and stupid, but it really chaps my ass that he gets this platform to design and present this crap when there are so many designers with ten times the talent who can’t get a foot in the door because they aren’t famous or related to someone famous. They bust their ass for years for a fraction of the chances he gets, and then watch him get a handed a multi-year deal with Adidas and a slot at one of the fashion world’s biggest shows.

    Also, it was something like 80-90 degrees in NYC yesterday. These models, who are probably so grateful to be on a NYFW runway, are treated like pieces of trash. Some were COLLAPSING from the heat and the shoddiness of the apparel themselves. And no one on the Yeezy team went to help them because ART or something. A fashion line and the show is a collaborative process, and to treat people involved in it like that (not to mention the models from the previous show who STILL haven’t been paid) is sickening and reeks of the entitlement bubble this Klan lives in. Unless you’re famous, you’re absolutely worthless to these ghouls.

  34. Jen says:

    People dressed in a lot more than thong bodysuits and Derelicte knockoffs work outside on the streets of New York for hours every day….why are models fainting after standing outside in the sun for a couple hours?!?? Maybe they aren’t in optimal physical condition, as human beings, or for their own health….maybe optimal aesthetic condition, but seems it isn’t the best for, you know, actual living….

    • Lilacflowers says:

      Are they moving about or standing in one position for hours? Can they occasionally sit? Do they have access to water, shade, and bathrooms? Do they get breaks? Additionally, these people were required to stay in those positions longer than originally planned due to the poor organization of the event and attendees on buses being stuck in traffic for over an hour and then the even later arrival of his wife.

      Please do not make excuses for Kanye treating people in a manner few worksites would allow or could allow due to labor statutes.

      • jen says:

        I’m not making excuses for Kanye, conditions were bad for the kind of work they signed up for, and he should face consequences. I was wondering if the lifestyle (and diet in most cases) required to achieve the “high fashion” model aesthetic just might make them a bit more prone to exhaustion and dehydration in this instance? Maybe this isn’t politically correct (even concern for others and dissatisfaction over potentially unhealthful standards of beauty for women is often attacked as “body shaming!!!!”) but even in heat in the sun without water to drink for a few hours, I don’t think most healthy humans would go down like that model apparently did.

      • lilacflowers says:

        According to news reports describing this travesty, the show started an hour and a half late, during which those women were standing there, then the show itself went for almost two hours. So, three and a half hours of standing in the heat and sun with no break and no water. Because he categorizes this as “art,” he avoids having to comply with many labor laws that prohibit such abuse of workers.

    • Jwoolman says:

      Being able to freely move around and drink water makes a huge difference. An Olympic athlete would have trouble under the conditions of this show.

  35. stephka says:

    He puts his desire for invisibility into the clothes? Which generally look like underwear? Talk about the Emperor wearing no clothes.

  36. Anastasia says:

    All of his clothes just look like bandages.

  37. moo says:

    “Pieces that you can pick up out of a vintage store…” HAHA! doesn’t he mean Goodwill Store?

  38. PaschaP says:

    I really love the toned down makeup and hair Kim has going on (she genuinely looks fresh and pretty), and Saint’s puffy chipmunk cheeks are absolutely adorable.

    The less said about THAT collection, the better. Kanye should stick to designing men’s collections.

  39. Frosty says:

    I just saw the slideshow on Vogue – I expected it to be way worse than it turned out to be. I can see people actually wearing most of this on the streets – just please god not all at once, like Kim. It helps of course to be an unnervingly thin, 6’2″ modelista.

  40. prettylights says:

    About his ‘pop-up’ stores, I read on IG that the T-Shirts he’s selling are printed on $3 cotton shirts. Then he just slaps a screen print on them or tears a few holes in them and sells them for $60 plus. Also, the people that stood in line for hours to get into those stores had about 5 minutes to pick something out and pay, so no time to even try things on, and no returns allowed. That’s a bunch of BS. But I guess if people are willing to pay $60 for a T-Shirt Kanye might as well take their money.

    The boots and shoes are hideous and look like super cheap quality if they were breaking just from 100 pound models walking a runway in them.

  41. DanaG says:

    I’m wondering what idiots are paying for his over priced fugly clothes? I see Kim in them she looks like well crap. There is nothing earth shattering about what he does it’s just plain and ugly with very little thought. Anna Wintour needs to get fired she clearly has no idea if she is saying Kanye is some sort of design wizard.

  42. Cine says:

    For a woman a proud of her body she sure covers up her a$$ a lot.

  43. NeoCleo says:

    His kids are adorable his clothes are freaking horrible. Who the heck buys this sh*t? Stupid people with too much money?