He warned us.
This should be no surprise.
The collaboration between Kanye West and Adidas was simply electric, and it WAS worth the hype.
Wanting creative and artistic freedom to design, Kanye chose an excellent company to partner with to gain creative control.
The collection and presentation was nothing short of military inspired.
From the muted tones such as nude, cream, and black mixed with rich greens, navy blues, and a hint of red- the color scheme kills.
The collection featured various pieces that were completely body conscious, hugging the bodies of the models.
All pieces throughout the collection were said to be unisex- You decide.
The outerwear pieces are must-haves for the fall and winter.
They serve as undeniably raw and interchangeable layering pieces that can be great additions to the closet.
Sunken sweatshirts were paired with Yeezy’s commando boots, creating relaxed but clever looks.
All of the 50 looks were consciously put together, but appeared effortless.
Many female models rocked the suede stiletto boots with monochromatic looks.
The boots being paired with various looks shows versatility, which is something I’m constantly looking for when purchasing items.
I was impressed with the wide variety of models that were used for his presentation.
The industry is built on beauty standards that are often unobtainable for many men and women.
It’s nice to see this mixture of men and women representing his vision.
A ton of the menswear spoke to my undying love for street style.
From the layered hoodies to the military styled jakcets- the pieces played well together.
Oh. Hey, Kylie.
Loose ends and raw edges added to the aesthetic that Kanye was channelling.
This collection isn’t for the weak hearted.
These staples are well made, the collection was built on sound creativity.
I probably couldn’t afford a sock from this collection, but I can appreciate what he’s doing.
If I did suddenly have my way, my first request would be simple…